I work at an oil refinery in Minnesota and in the asphalt terminal we have 5 gallon pails that hang from a top loading spout to catch dribble. When these pails become full they're removed and placed in the rack to await pick up and removal by our contractor. During that in between time the buckets are tipped over sometimes or just leak. The asphalt tends to leak out onto the equipment or ground below. We're unsure of a good way to manage this or a permanent fix to catch the dripping asphalt and dispose of it properly. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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