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Title: Bouchard B. No. 120 Response Overview


1
Bouchard B. No. 120 Response Overview
NRT- RRT 2004 Co-Chairs Mtg
  • CAPT Mary
    Landry
  • US Coast Guard
  • MSO Providence

2
COTP PROVIDENCE ZONE
3
Spill Source
  • Bouchard B. No. 120 with tug Evening Tide
  • Enroute Staten Island to ESCO Terminal in canal
  • Product
  • Capacity 5m gal.
  • Onboard 4m gal 6 fuel oil
  • Night
  • ICP UC established
  • Dive survey
  • Initial soundings estimate 14,700 gallons
  • Investigation continues

4
Incident Command Post
  • An Incident Command Post was up and running the
    night of the spill at the Coast Guard Air Station
    Cape Cod
  • The Command Post was later moved to the
    Massachusetts Maritime Academy

5
Unified Command First Incident Action Plan
Objectives 4/28/03
  • Comprehensive UCP Diagram
  • Impact Assessment
  • Max On Water Recovery
  • Prep For Shore Impact
  • Review Spill Trajectory for 24hr Period
  • Best Response
  • Site Safety Plan
  • Review Assess Dusk Flight
  • Hold Press Conference
  • Watch Rotation

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Spill Location Buzzards Bay
  • Estuary of National Significance (one of 28)
  • 280 miles of irregular coastline
  • Approximately 8 mi. x 28 mi.
  • 11 miles of public beaches

8
Shoreline Oiling (any amount)
Block Island
9
Shoreline Oiling (severity)
10
Shoreline Cleanup
Cleanup techniques varied depending on the
shoreline characteristics and wildlife habitat.
11
Some areas required total removal and replacement
of beach and the groins.
12
Environmental Impacts
  • Wildlife
  • 461 dead birds 304 DOA, 20 released, remainder
    died in
  • rehab
  • Unclear on impact of
  • Endangered Species
  • Shellfish closures
  • 4M shellfish industry
  • Bay partially closed 4/28, completely 4/30
  • Half of bay reopened 5/22
  • Lost human use
  • Several towns closed beaches for cleanup
    operations
  • Maintenance mode achieved forpublic beaches by
    Memorial Day

13
Listed Species Roseate Tern
  • Ram, Bird, Penikese Islands
  • Ram Island Hazing and Cleanupinvolved up to 70
    people for 3 weeks

14
Additional Issues
  • Wildlife Rehabilitation
  • Tri-State Bird Rescue
  • Cultural
  • Tribal monitors for sensitive sites
  • Cobble removal replacement
  • ACOE assistance permitting
  • Shoreline Cleaning Agent Use
  • Tailgate test of Corexit 9580, PES-51, CytoSol
  • Endangered Species Act Consultation Process
  • Motivation/Focus
  • Measurement System- Safety s
  • Open Comms/Dialogue about professional tensions

15
Valuable website for spillBuzzards Bay Project
(National Estuary Program Site)
Besides 7 different Coast Guard Units and the
affected towns, 31 different agencies were
involved with the B NO. 120 Oil Spill response.
  • www.buzzardsbay.org

16
Public Information/Outreach
  • A volunteer from the Buzzards Bay project
    recorded important information from the morning
    Ops. brief to post on a website available to the
    public. The site not only gave a brief summary
    of the Unified Command but also contained
    shoreline maps with the status of the cleanup and
    the Master Plan for shoreline Ops.

17
Public Information/Liaison/Political
The Unified Command met with the Governor,
Senators, Congressmen, MA Attorney General,
towns, homeowner associations and the media to
keep the public updated on the progress of the
clean up and to provide information on the claims
process.
18
Volunteers
  • Volunteers worked around the clock answering
    phones, participating in wildlife survey teams
    (both dead and live bird pickups), conducting
    training sessions for live bird rehabilitation,
    SCAT guides, beach cleanups and delivering over
    4,000 information packets and baby oil to beaches
    and residents throughout the impacted areas

19
REGIONAL RESPONE TEAM SUPPORT
  • Notifications to the RRT Concurrence Network for
    response related actions
  • Direct notifications to the Co-Chairs
  • Most RRT agencies were involved directly via the
    MSO, not via the RRT
  • The RRT Coordinated with the FOSC to provide Army
    Corps resources via the RRT ACOE rep
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