The EPA ‘Final Rule’: Amendment to P075 Safes and Cabinets for Regulated Materials

The ‘Final Rule’, by its title, sounds rather ominous. When the government institutes regulatory changes, it is often to the lament of affected agencies. This time: not so much. The Final Rule regarding Management Standards for Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals is actually overall beneficial to facilities as well as the environment. One of the key focuses of the amendment is how facilities handle expired or unused pharmaceuticals and the compliant storage of hazardous waste pharmaceuticals.

Hazmat Storage Lockers & Buildings Specifically designed for hazardous material storage and dispensing from 55-gallon drums containing flammable or combustible liquids.


Historically, the most common way of disposing pharmaceuticals has been flushing (pouring down the drain), “Until this final rule, drain disposal has been an allowable disposal method for hazardous waste pharmaceuticals under RCRA…” 84 FR 5816. It was previously thought that this had no impact on our water sources, but the opposite has been scientifically proven. There have been multiple studies performed on the effect of flushing on wildlife, “A study by Karen Kidd et al., in the 22 May 2007 issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, showed the collapse of a population of fish in an isolated lake spiked with relatively high levels of the synthetic estrogen 17α-ethinylestradiol.” Lubick, Naomi. “Drugs in the environment: do pharmaceutical take-back programs make a difference?.” Environmental health perspectives vol. 118,5 (2010): A210-4. doi:10.1289/ehp.118-a210 


List of Potentially Affected Facilities:
Drug Wholesalers
Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except convenience) Stores.
Pharmacies and Drug Stores.
Warehouse Clubs and Supercenters.
Veterinary Services.
Physicians’ Offices.
Dentists’ Offices.
Other Health Practitioners (e.g., chiropractors).
Outpatient Care Centers.
Other Ambulatory Health Care Services.
Nursing Care Facilities (e.g., assisted living facilities, nursing homes).
Continuing Care Retirement Communities (e.g., assisted living facilities with on-site nursing facilities).
Reverse Distributors.


The scientific community has not yet definitively linked the flushing of pharmaceuticals to adverse effects on humans. If these chemicals are being introduced into our drinking water and having profound effects on the wildlife within the drinking water, it is only logical to assume that humans would incur negative consequences as well. Now that an issue has been identified, we must address it: “One way to prevent additional impact to our waters is the cessation or reduction of pharmaceutical drugs disposed of via sewers,” C.G. Daughton, I.S. Ruhoy, Environmental footprint of pharmaceuticals: The significance of factors beyond direct excretion to sewers, Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 28 (2009), pp. 2495-2521, 10.1897/08-382.1.

Another beneficial facet of this amendment is the new guideline on how Nicotine products will be handled. Traditionally, smoking cessation products containing Nicotine qualified as hazardous waste and had to be disposed of as such. Not anymore; from now on, these products are categorized as nonhazardous pharmaceutical waste.

Lastly, this new rule affects how expired medicines are returned. An outdated drug may be returned to a reverse distributor. This is common practice; after August 21, 2019, a drug becomes eligible for return the day it expires or ‘outdates’ (assuming it meets other mitigating factors: “original manufacturer packaging; undispensed; and unexpired or less than a year past expiration” SMITH, CHARLOTTE A. “Countdown to New Drug Waste Rule: EPA’s New Disposal Regulations to Require Operational Changes.” Health Facilities Management, vol. 32, no. 6, July 2019, p. 52. EBSCOhost,

The exact dates for when regulations roll out may be affected by state guidelines, so a facility must always be sure to cross-check federal regulations with state level regulations. These changes will take some time for facilities to adjust, but are anticipated to be overall cost-saving. Less training will be needed for staff with the list of hazardous products lessened by the release of Nicotine products for hazardous disposal. Distribution centers may qualify for different (less expensive) licensing options with the removal of Nicotine products from the list. Waste management practices will be more streamlined by the removal of flushing as an option for disposal.

After expiration and before disposal, facilities must still adhere to government regulations of containment.

Schedules I and II

May suffice with safe or steel cabinet:

Safe or cabinet must have following specifications: 30 man-minutes against surreptitious entry, 10 man-minutes against forced entry, 20 man-hours against lock manipulation, and 20 man-hours against radiological techniques.  These includes TL-15 Rated EPA Safes and some agencies may be approved for GSA Approved Class 5 rated containers.

Or if quantities require a vault:

Walls, floors, and ceiling are constructed of at least 8 inches of reinforced concrete or other substantial masonry, reinforced vertically and horizontally with ½ inch steel rods tied 6inches on center, or the structural equivalent to such reinforced walls, floors, and ceilings. Modular vault structures of a UL Class 1 rating are equivalent to 12″ inch poured concrete w/ 4 layers of re-bar per ASTM specifications.

Vault includes Choice of Class 1 Door or ArmorStor ™ Class 5 Equivalency Rated Door.

Following specifications: 30 man minutes against surreptitious entry, 10 man-minutes against forced entry, 20 man-hours against lock manipulation, and 20 man-hours against radiological techniques

One of the following: Electrical lacing of the walls, floor, and ceilings; sensitive ultrasonic equipment within the vault; a sensitive sound accumulator system; or such other device designed to detect illegal entry as may be approved by administration

Schedules III, IV and V

Subject to the same storage security regulations as schedules I and II

May utilize a building used specifically for storage of controlled substances providing the building:

Has an electrical alarm system

Perimeter security during working and non-working hours


May store drugs in a cage within a building on the premises

Cage must have walls of no less than No. 10 gauge steel fabric mounted on steel posts

Posts are at least one inch in diameter, set in concrete or installed with lag bolts that are pinned or brazed, and placed no more than ten feet apart with 1 and 1 ½ inch reinforcements every sixty inches


Helpful Links:
Code of Federal Regulations: Title 21

EPA: Final Rule

Federal Register

When you’re ready to begin the process of securing your facility, the consultants at KL Security are available to assist. Well versed in government regulations and recent legal mandates, we are prepared to ensure your business will pass requirements.

TOLL FREE 1-866-867-0306

Information has been gathered from sources deemed reliable but not guaranteed and is subject to change without notice. All license information and security measures taken directly from the Code of Federal Regulations: 21CFR205.50 and 84 FR 5816.


Ammonia Products/Materials & OSHA & ATF Approved Storage

Storage of Ammonium nitrate, blasting agents and compounds from Ammonia are easy with our complete Storage Cabinets and Buildings

There are a wide variety of ammonia based materials, compounds and products that require secure, safe and OSHA Approved or ATF Approved storage cabinets and storage buildings.

Whether your needs are for the job-site or need to be mobile or simply need cabinets for the storage of mining, blasting or quarry materials, we can help.

Our full line of OSHA Approved Storage Buildings and ATF Storage Magazines are designed to meet your exact needs.

We can also custom build a solution that is right for your storage requirements.

AMMONIA – Ammonia is a colorless, odorless compound of nitrogen and hydrogen gas intended for use as a fertilizer. Ammonia is shipped under pressure as a liquid. In any form, ammonia is corrosive to aluminum, tin, copper, lead, silver, zinc, and their alloys.



AMMONIUM NITRATE – Ammonium nitrate is a prill used extensively in the mining industry as a solid oxidizer ingredient for explosive compositions. Ammonium nitrate is very soluble with water and does not precipitate with any other common chemicals. Ask us how we can help you with Storage of Ammonium nitrate.

AMMONIUM NITRATE LIQUOR (ANL) – Ammonium Nitrate Liquor is a clear, colorless liquid that is heated to greater than 225 degrees fahrenheit to keep salt dissolved in a solution. ANL is infinitely soluble in water, and does not precipitate with any common chemical. ANL is predominantly used in the mining industry.

AQUA AMMONIA – Aqua ammonia is synonymous with ammonium hydroxide. Both distinctions are defined as a solution of ammonia in water. These high purity solutions are produced using demineralized water. Aqua ammonia can is a preferred form or ammonia for users who need to avoid storage of compressed gasses.  This form of ammonia can be injected as a liquid and vaporized with the addition of heat into water vapor and gaseous ammonia. Aqua ammonia is also used as a base to neutralize acidic conditions.

Stay in Compliance with Standards & Regulations set forth by the following organizations:

Bureau of Mines

Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA)

Compressed Gas Association

Department of Transportation

International Fertilizer Industry Association

Institute of Makers of Explosives

MSDA = Ammonia Materials Safety Data Sheet

  • # 1020
  • # 1026
  • # 1129
  • # 1132

National Stone, Sand, and Gravel Association

The Fertilizer Institute

BLENDED NITRIC ACID (BNA) – Blended nitric acid is a clear and colorless (to slightly yellow) liquid that can come in varying strengths.  BNA is created by oxidizing anhydrous ammonia over a platinum catalyst at extreme temperatures. The resulting gases (nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide) are cooled and demineralized into water. BNA is used for nitration of organics for production in plastics, surface coatings, dyes, pesticides, and explosives.

CARBON DIOXIDE LIQUID (CDL) – Carbon dioxide liquid is a colorless, odorless gas that is shipped under pressure as a liquid. This liquid absorbs readily into water to form carbonic acid, which is typically referred to as carbonated water.

DIESEL EXHAUST FLUiD (DEF) – DIesel exhaust fluid is a urea solution produced by combining pure liquid urea with clean plant stem condensate to produce a desired concentration. DEF is marketed as an ultra clean liquid fuel for catalytic abatement of nitrogen oxide emissions.

MIXED ACID – Mixed acid is a blend of strong nitric acid (98%) and oleum (sulfuric acid saturated with sulfur trioxide). Mixed acid is designed as a nitrating agent for industrial processes. Mixed acid reacts violently with oxidizable organic substances, to the point that ignition can occur. Mixed acid is used in the nitration of organics, as well as for production in plastics, surface coatings, dyes, pesticides, and explosives.

REFRIGERATION AMMONIA – Refrigeration ammonia is a colorless, odorless gas that is shipped under pressure as a liquid. Refrigeration ammonia has a pungent odor that is irritating to the mucosal membranes of the eyes and lungs. Contact with refrigeration ammonia liquid can cause frostbite. Refrigeration ammonia absorbs readily into water to form alkaline ammonium hydroxide solution, which is used as a refrigerant. Refrigeration ammonia can be easily compressed into a liquid, and back into a gas. Refrigeration ammonia is corrosive to aluminum, tin, copper, lead, silver, zinc, and their alloys.
UREA AMMONIUM NITRATE (UAN) – Urea ammonium nitrate is a solution created by dissolving amide nitrate salt in water. UAE produces a slight ammonia odor. It is predominantly used in fertilizer solution.

UREA FEED GRADE (UFG) – Urea feed grade is a small spherical white solid that is easily decomposed to ammonia and carbon dioxide by heating, and is soluble in water. UFG is added to cattle feed to boost protein content. UFG may also be used as a slow release fertilizer.
UREA PRILL –  Urea prill is a small, spherical white solid that is soluble in water. It is suitable for use as an agricultural and forestry fertilizer, as well as having other industrial applications which require a high quality nitrogen source.

UREA SOLUTION – Urea solution is a dissolution of pure amide directly into clear condensate so no ions of any metals are present. Urea solution is marketed as an ultra clean liquid fuel for catalytic abatement of nitrogen oxide emissions.

ANFO, Boosters & Fuel Systems Storage for ATF, OHSA or DoD Compliance

ANFO Storage Magazines are approved for the storage of a variety of materials to stay in compliance with Safety & Environmental regulations and rule. More details & Pricing at

Whether your operation us utilizing bulk or packaged Ammonium Nitrate, ANFO, Emulsions, ANFO/Emulsion Blends or other agents for mining, construction or quarry operations, we have a Storage Magazine (indoor and outdoor certified) to ensure you stay in compliance with ATF, OHSA or DOD safety standards.

The Library below is meant for educational purposes on technical information of many explosives that our magazines are used for in compliance with safety & explosive hazards regulations.

AMMONIUM NITRATE – Composed of the nitrate salt of ammonium, this white crystalline solid is highly water soluble. Ammonium nitrate is predominantly used in agriculture as a high nitrogen fertilizer. One other major use of ammonium nitrate is as an explosive in mining, quarrying, and civil construction. Ammonium nitrate is the main component of ANFO (ammonium nitrate / fuel oil), which accounts for 80% of all explosives used in North America.

CAST BOOSTERS – Cast boosters are used to amplify the energy of a detonator. The booster acts as a conduit between a weak conventional detonator, and a low sensitivity explosive. (Ex: TNT). The most common form of cast booster is a cylindrical shell made of extruded or pressed cardboard or plastic which the explosive material has been cast into.

Safe and ATF compliant storage for High and Low Explosives in the workplace or worksite.

DELIVERY SYSTEMS – A delivery system is a generic term used to describe the method in which an explosive charge is ignited. 95% of all explosives are delivered into the borehole by bulk loading methods.
DETONATING CORD – Also known as a detonation cord, detacord, detcord, primer cord, or sun cord, the detonating cord is a thin, flexible plastic tube usually filled with pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN). The cord is a high speed fuse which explodes, rather than burning. Detonation cords are used for detonating high explosives, and act as a downline between the trigger and the blast area.

ELECTRIC DETONATORS – An electric detonator allows a circuit to be tested before firing a shot. Electric detonators come in three categories; instantaneous electric detonator (IED), short period delay detonators (SPD), and long period delay detonators (LPD). The detonation of SPDs are measured in milliseconds, while the detonation of LPDs are measured in seconds.

ELECTRONIC DETONATORS –  Electronic detonators offer better precision for delayed ignition. These detonators are designed to provide precise control to produce accurate and consistent blasting results. Electronic detonators are primarily used in mining, quarrying, and construction. These detonators are programmed in one millisecond increments from 1 millisecond to 10,000 milliseconds.

EMULSIONS – Emulsions are explosives composed of water in oil based explosives. Emulsion explosives are ideal for bulk loading both on the surface and underground. Emulsions are the most commonly used explosive based on ammonium nitrate / fuel oil (ANFO) chemistry. These explosives are water resistant, and offer a higher bulk density.
NON-ELECTRIC DETONATORS – Non-electric detonators are shock tube detonators used to initiate explosions. A hollow plastic tube delivers a firing impulse to a detonator instead of electric wires. This makes non-electric detonators immune to most hazards associated with stray electrical current. A non-electrical reaction travels at approximately 6,500 feet per second along the length of the tube with minimal disturbance outside of the tube.

HazMat Chemical Storage Buildings| Codes & Compliance


Compliance for HazMat storage requires the meeting of several OSHA specs. For complete solutions call 1-866-867-0306 to ensure your needs are met!

Hazardous chemical storage is an incredibly heavily regulated industry,incorporating the laws and regulations of many government agencies and corporate entities. In order for a building to be legally labelled as “Hazmat Certified,” there are many criteria that must be met.

Securall Hazmat Buildings are designed for outdoor storage with 55 gallon drum encasement containing flammable or combustible liquids. The outer wall of the unit is manufactured with welded 16 or 12 gauge steel. Inner walls are constructed of 20 gauge steel. The buildings come standard with a commercial grade lockset handle, and 3” airspace through the unit.

All models are National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) Code 30 compliant. NFPA Code 30 is the national standard for the regulation of flammable, and combustible liquids. Units are also in compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations with special consideration to part 1910, “Regulations for Hazardous Material Building Storage.” As well as being NFPA and OSHA compliant, Securall Hazmat Buildings also comply with all Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) protocol.

Securall Fire-Rated Storage Buildings carry the Factory Mutual System Approval label. Factory Mutual Global offers world wide industrial and commercial production certification and testing services via FM Approvals. In order to receive FM Approval, a building must be examined and analyzed to be certain building construction is performed to evaluate:

  • the suitability of the building;
  • proper operation and performance of the building as specified by the manufacturer and requirements of FM Approvals; and, as far as practical,
  • durability and reliability of the building itself.

The FM testing of the wall and roof is performed by Intertek Testing Laboratories.

In addition to being compliant with the previous codes and regulations, Securall also meets Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC) requirements for closed shipping vessels with a liquid capacity from 450 L to 3,000 L (119-793 gallons).

Securall Buildings also meet UL Fire Resistance Ratings classification criteria.

Hazmat Chemical Storage Buildings meet the following qualifications;

  • Natural convection air vents. (OSHA, FM 6049, IBC)
  • Explosion relief panels (IBC, FM, NFPA)
  • Static ground connection inside and out (FM, OSHA, NFPA)
  • Forklift channels with anchoring brackets (EPA, IBC)
  • NFPA 704 warning label for hazard rating system with placard holder and protective shield (FM, OSHA, NFPA)
  • Removable galvanized steel safety floor planking (250lb. FM requirement, OSHA 1910, IBC)
  • Leak-tight continuously welded sump meets EPA and OSHA requirements for secondary containment (EPA, OSHA, NFPA, FM, IBC)


The Securall Hazmat Chemical Storage Building is available in sizes to fit 2-55 gallon, 4-55 gallon, 6-55 gallon, 9-55 gallon, and 12-55 gallon barrels, and the standard color is gray.

Chemical Storage Lockers and Buildings


Compliance with OSHA regulations and outdoor storage is essential. Get advice and prices on products to meet your requirements.

The Agribusiness industry is faced with its own set of strict regulations and guidelines with it comes to the storage and containment of chemicals that are unique to its needs. Securall offers a line of safety storage buildings especially designed for use in the agriculture industry. These buildings are specially designed to comply with safety regulations when using pesticides, herbicides, and other turf chemicals. Golf courses and nurseries are also prime candidates for these particular types of containment units.


Securall Fire Rated Storage Buildings carry the Factory Mutual System Approval label, and are FM Approved with regard to wall and roof design. Factory Mutual offers worldwide industrial and commercial product certification and testing services. Testing for FM was completed at Intertek Testing Laboratories. These buildings are also UL Fire Resistance Rated.


Lockers and buildings are fire rated dependent upon the proximity of the location of your unit in proximity to any other adjacent buildings or property lines, and are available with;

  • a 2 or 4 hour fire rating upgrade
  • 2 or 4 hour rated wall ratings
  • 1.5 or 3 hour fire ratings.


In addition to being FM and UL compliant, Securall meets the regulations as established by the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC). Features of Agri-Chemical Storage Units and Containers include;

  • natural convection air vents (OSHA, FM 6049, IBC)
  • R11 fiberglass insulation in ceiling and walls (IBC)
  • vapor resistant exterior light with photocell (UL, OSHA, IBC)
  • forklift channels with anchoring brackets (EPA, IBC)
  • reflective warning tape marking entry (OSHA 1910, IBC)
  • dust-proof, fluorescent interior light with weatherproof switch (UL, OSHA, IBC)
  • removable galvanized steel safety floor planking (250lb. FM requirement, OSHA 1910, IBC)
  • leak-tight, continuously welded sump (EPA, NFPA, OSHA, FM, IBC)
  • heavy gauge aluminum threshold (IBC)
  • chemical / corrosive / ultraviolet resistant paint


Chemical storage lockers and buildings are available in 68.4 cubic feet, 145.1 cf., 211.4 cf., 308.1 cf., 404.7 cf., 524.1 cf., 747.7 cf., 971.3 cf., 1,277.3 cf., 1,418.5 cf., 1865.7 cf., and 2,313 cf.

The Definitive List of Firearms Ammunition Manufacturers

Secure Magazine Storage means that the product Meets or exceeds ATF specs 27 CFR 555.11

In the United States we have a long history of quality ammunition for military and recreational use. These explosives come in a variety of calibers, brands and sizes and are made by several reputable manufacturers here in the USA. Below is our full list of companies whose explosives are typically stored in Type 2, Type 3 or Type 4 storage magazines to ensure safety and ATF approved compliance.

Alliant Techsystems

Arlington, VA

American aerospace, defense, and sporting goods. Manufacturer of ammunition for sport shooting, law enforcement, military, and security outfits. Ammunition sales division is solely regaled to the Vista Outdoor division.


  • Federal Premium
  • Bushnell
  • Savage Arms

BAE Systems Land and Armaments

Multiple locations

A wholly owned subsidiary of BAE Systems Plc. Design, development, and production of ammunition, artillery systems, naval guns, and missile launchers. Largest company of its kind in the world.


  • explosives, guidance kits, propellants, demo charges, initiators, pyrotechnics, and warhead for missiles, torpedoes, and depth charge
  • 4.6mm, 5.56mm, 7.62mm small arms ammunition
  • mortars
  • land and sea artillery ammunition

Black Hills Ammunition

Rapid City, SD

Popular among Cowboy Action Shooters due to the manufacturing of ammunition in a number of obsolete calibers


  • .44 Russian
  • .38 Long Colt
  • .44-.40
No matter the brand of ammunition, proper storage of Ammunition in an ATF Approved Storage Magazine is essential to safety.

CCI (Ammunition)

Lewiston, ID

Also known as Cascade Cartridge Inc., this company is known for the manufacture of rimfire ammunition, centerfire handgun ammunition, and primers for reloaders and industrial power loads. Producer of the 1st Mini-Mag rimfire ammunition in 1963. Developed the Stinger, a hyper velocity .22 long rifle product.


  • Velocitor
  • Quickshot

Cor-Bon / Glaser

Sturgis, SD

Founded primarily for the manufacture of ammunition used in African big game hunting.


  • .32NAA

Federal Premium Ammunition

Anoka, MN

Subsidiary of Alliant Techsystems. Manufacturer of shotshell, centerfire, and rimfire ammunition. Federal Premium Ammunition’s were used to help the United States to take the gold and silver in sharp shooting in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Extremely popular with law enforcement.


  • HydraShok
  • Expanding Full Metal Jacket
  • HST

Hodgdon Powder Company

Kansas, USA

Major distributor of smokeless powder for ammunition industry, as well as those who load their own ammunition by hand. in 2009, Hodgdon Powder Company acquired GEOX Powder, Inc., the only manufacturer of black powder in the USA. Also the manufacturer of Triple Seven, which is a modern substitute for black powder meant for muzzle loaders and antique firearms.


  • Pyrodex
  • Triple Seven

Hornady Manufacturing Company

Grand Island, NE

Manufacturer of target shooting ammunition, hunting rounds, and high quality self defense loads. In 1990 the Hornady XTP (Extreme Terminal Performance) won the industry’s Product Award of  Merit from the National Association of Federally Licensed Dealers.


  • .17 HMR
  • .17 HM2 rimfire
  • .480 Ruger
  • .204 Ruger
  • .375 Ruger

Jamison International

Sturgis, SD

Caters to African game hunters, cowboy action shooters, and specialty gun builders.


  • .25-20 Basic
  • .25-20 Single Shot
  • .256 Newton
  • .280 Remington
  • .338 Lapua Magnum
  • .338 Norma Magnum
  • .351 Self-loader
  • .358 Winchester
  • .357 Chey Tac
  • .416 Rigby
  • .45 Colt
  • .45-60 Winchester
  • .45-70 Winchester
  • .45-110 Sharps
  • .45-120 Sharp
  • .450 Nitro Exp 3 ¼”
  • .450 Nitro Exp #2
  • .450 Rigby
  • .450-400 Nitro Exp 3”
  • .450-400 Nitro Exp 3 ¼”
  • .454 Casull
  • .470 Nitro Exp 3 ¼”
  • .50-95 Sharps
  • .50-95 Winchester
  • .50-110 Winchester
  • .50-140 Sharps
  • .500 Jeffery
  • .500 Nitro Exp 3”
  • .500-416 Nitro Exp 3”
  • .505 Gibbs Magnum
  • .550 Magnum
  • .577 Nitro Exp
  • .577 Snider
  • .577/450 Martini-Henry

Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (LCAAP)

Independence, MO

Produces 1.4 billion rounds of ammunition per year. This government owned company is responsible for ammunition and weapons testing as the officially designated National and Regional Testing Center for NATO. Largest producer of small arms ammunition for the United States Armed Forces.


  • small arms cartridges
  • percussive and electric primer
  • pyrotechnics
  • 5.56mm
  • 7.62mm
  • 9 mm
  • .22 mm
  • .45 caliber
  • .50 calibur

Olin Corporation

Clayton, MO

Manufacturers of ammunition, chlorine, and sodium hydroxide


.22 LR


Bend, OR

Consists of three divisions. (Nosler, Inc. / Nosler Custom / Nosler Reloading). Manufactures high performance hollow point and soft point bullets. Patented the “Partition Design Bullet”.


  • 28 Nosler
  • 26 Nosler

RBCD Performance Plus, Inc.

San Antonio, TX

Specializes in blended metal bullets of varying calibers available only to the US Military
Red Army Standard Ammunition

Delray Beach, FL

Specializes in the distribution of various sizes of cartridges for designs of firearms with foreign origins such as AKM, AK47, and Makarov PM.


  • 9x18mm Makarov
  • 7.62x39mm
  • 7.62x39mm HP
  • 7.62x39mm ELITE
  • 7.62x54mm R
  • 5.45x39mm
  • 7.62x25mm Tokarev

Remington Arms

Lonoke, AK (ammunition only)

The USA’s oldest gun manufacturer, this company has developed more cartridges than any other gun maker or ammunition manufacturer in the world.


  • Upland Loads
  • Waterfowl Loads
  • Turkey Loads
  • Target Loads
  • Slugs
  • Buckshot
  • Core-Lokt
  • Premier Accutip
  • Premier Accutip V
  • Premier Match
  • Hog Hammer
  • HyperSonic Centerfire
  • Power Level Ammunition
  • 300 AAC Blackout
  • 30 Remington AR
  • Remington Rifle Cartridge
  • Managed Recoil
  • .22 Rimfire
  • Magnum Rimfire
  • Remington ELEY Competition
  • Remington Target
  • Remington HTP
  • Home Defense
  • Golden Saber HPJ
  • Express Handgun Ammunition
  • Rifle Bullets
  • Centerfire Primers
  • Shotshell Primers
  • Kleanbore Muzzleloading Primer
  • UMC Rifle Ammunition
  • Master Blaster System

Sierra Bullets

Sedalia, MO

Manufactures over 175 different kinds of ammunition for precision target shooting, hunting, and defense purposes.


  • Blitzking – Varminter
  • GameKing
  • MatchKing
  • Por-Hunter
  • Sports Master
  • Tournament Master

Western Cartridge Company

Alton, IL

A division of Winchester, this company manufactures primers, blasting caps, and rimfire cartridges.


  • .22mm
  • .32mm


Outdoor Safety Storage Buildings for OSHA Compliance

Outdoor Safety Storages: Lockers and Buildings

Let us help you with outdoor OSHA Approved safety storage of flammables, hazmat or combistibles. Call Toll Free 1-866-867-0306

Following OSHA and NFPA regulations for storing hazardous liquids outdoors ensures the safety of employees, your community, and the environment. Further, when done properly, it keeps your company safe from any violation of the law. Securall will help in meeting these standards.

The following are important considerations to make when choosing your outdoor safety storage.

  • Lockers are used to store chemicals not exceeding the control area, while buildings are used to store chemicals exceeding the control area.
  • Classify your chemicals according to hazard.
  • OSHA Approved Outdoor storage buildings & units can be designed to separate incompatible materials.
  • Securall Outdoor Storage units should be placed outside on level ground or a concrete slab.
  • There are various building codes to meet, including: UBC, SBC, UFC, NEC, AND CAC.
  • There are various industry construction standards to meet: NFPA, BOCA, AWS, AISC, ANSI, ASTM, ICC, AND USPC.
  • The are federal regulations to meet, including EPA and OSHA.
  • The floor area should not exceed 1500 square feet.


Outdoor Storage Lockers and Buildings safely store hazardous materials, flammables, pesticides, herbicides, and other agri-chemicals. To prevent leaking and contamination, Securall safety products are equipped with a sump area. The capacity of the sump ultimately determines the storage capacity. OSHA requires sump capacity to contain 25% of the total holding capacity or 100% of the largest container (whatever is greater). Securall has standards sizes or custom-design options to meet these requirements.

Securall Outdoor storage is approved for the storage of flammable and combustible liquids (except the storage of Class 1A and the dispensing of Class 1A and 1B Flammable Liquids). Explosion Relief, which is found in Securall Haz-mat storage units, is required for storing and dispensing Class 1A and 1B Flammable Liquids.

For additional information regulating the proper application of storing flammables, please visit or