Spill Prevention and Response
Planning and Reporting
EPA’s Oil Pollution Act (OPA) has long required businesses that store or use petroleum products to develop and implement Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans in order to mitigate the risks of spills. For those facilities with greater potential to impact navigable waters and those that transfer oils from off-shore vessels, EPA and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) regulations require development, coordination and implantation of Facility Response Plans (FPR).
EPA’s CERCLA and SARA regulatory programs encourage pollution prevention planning for hazardous substances stored above threshold planning quantities. These Community Right-To-KNOW (CRTK) programs also require industry to work with emergency response and domestic security agencies to protect communities.
Avogadro offers services including effective solutions for:
- Spill Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning
- Pollution Prevention Assessments and Planning
- Toxics Release Inventory and Emergency Release Reporting
- Material Handling and Spill Response Training
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