In our environmentally sensitive society, it is very important that business and industry continue to strive to be good corporate citizens especially in the area of keeping our environment clean. Our cutting edge technology is used worldwide providing the most effective railcar track pans providing protection from accidental spills at railroad tank car loading racks, locomotive fueling stations and rail car wash facilities.
The Century Group offers the most innovative and revolutionary railroad spill collection systems available to assist industry in being good stewards of the environment. The Enviropan® systems by Century Group are offered in a variety of designs and materials to meet the client's specific needs in railroad spill containment and railroad spill collection systems. With over three decades of experience in the railroad construction and maintenance industry, Century Group offers a vast amount of knowledge and experience in railroad spill containment.
As a supplier, Century Group Inc. is proactive in the railroad industry by ensuring that all sales and technical field representatives have been through the Class I Railroad's e-rail safe program, the Roadway Worker On-Track Safety program overseen by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program (TWIC) implemented by Transportation Security Agency (TSA) and the U. S. Coast Guard. Safety and security at jobsites is the highest priority at Century Group Inc.
Our spill containment and spill collection systems can be manufactured to customer specifications, and are available with concrete drip pans, steel spill pans or HDPE spill collection pans. Whatever your needs, Century Group's rail containment systems should be at the top of your list to examine and evaluate. To gather more information, simply select an item from the above drop-down box where you'll find details about our HDPE Enviropans, Steel Enviropans, or Concrete Enviropans, as well as our latest offering of railroad wash facilities. You can also find information on the latest SPCC (Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures) Regulations with links to related resources on spill prevention and spill containment programs.