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Title: SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURE (SPCC) Title 40 CFR 112


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SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURE
(SPCC) Title 40 CFR 112
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SPCC Plan
  • Document that details the equipment workforce,
    procedures, and steps to prevent control, and
    provide adequate countermeasures to a discharge

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Definition of Oil
  • Oil of any kind or in any form, including but
    not limited to animal fats and oils, vegetable
    oil, petroleum, fuel oil, sludge, synthetic oils,
    mineral oils, oil refuse, or oil mixed with other
    wastes

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Regulated Facility
  • 1) It must be non-transportation related
  • 2) It must have an aggregate aboveground storage
    capacity equal to or greater than 1,320 gallons
    or a completely buried storage capacity of
    42,0000 gallons or more
  • 3) There must be a reasonable expectation of
    discharge into or upon navigable waters or
    adjoining shorelines.

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Exemptions
  • Completely buried tanks UST Program
  • R.6192.280
  • Minimum container size 55 gallon containers
  • Permanently closed containers
  • Wastewater treatment

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Requirements
  • Reviewed and certified by a licensed Professional
    Engineer
  • Maintained at the facility if the facility
    attended at least four hours per day, or at the
    nearest field office if the facility is not so
    attended
  • Available to the Regional Administrator (EPA) for
    on-site review during normal working hours
  • Reviewed and updated every 5 years

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Important Elements
  • Facility Diagram
  • Oil Spill Predictions
  • Facility Drainage
  • Facility Inspections and Testing
  • Site Security
  • Management Approval
  • Secondary Containment and Diversionary Structures
  • Personnel Training
  • Transfer Procedures and Equipment

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EPA Region IV (404) 562-8768
www.epa.gov/oilspill. SC Fire Marshalls
Office (803) 896-9800 SCDHEC, Justin
Hughes (803) 896-4117
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