SPCC: Current Status And Upcoming Changes; Get Your Facility Up To Speed Now
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Back in 2008, the EPA released major changes to the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulations - and they were amended again in Spring 2011. Additionally, throughout that time period, the effective compliance dates have been modified, delayed and extended, creating a lot of confusion.
The SPCC regulations require owners and operators of facilities that use, store, transfer, or consume oil or oil-based products (including animal fats and vegetable oils) to develop and implement SPCC plans, certified by a professional engineer, to prevent releases of oil to waters of the United States. SPCC plans generally are required for a broad cross-section of facilities with aboveground storage capacity of 1,320 gallons or underground capacity in excess of 42,000 gallons of oil or oil-based products.
Join us for an intensive webinar on May 15, when you'll learn all you need to know to cut through the clutter of these confusing, often-changing regulations – and how to stay in compliance.
- The added exemptions from the SPCC regulations for hot-mix asphalt operations, pesticide application equipment and related mix containers, and heating oil containers at single-family residences
- The clarified definition of "facility" for purposes of the SPCC rule, with regard to describing a facility's boundaries
- How the EPA clarified the general secondary containment requirement
- Effective strategies to comply with amended security and integrity testing requirements
- Steps to take to streamline requirements for on-shore facilities
- The rules for exempted underground oil storage tanks at nuclear power generation facilities
- Best practices for containment, control, and countermeasures storage and loading/unloading
- How to assess your existing SPCC program to identify – and fix – potential gaps
- Keys to determine whether your facility is Tier I or Tier II
About your Speaker:
Bart Leininger has over 20 years of professional experience in air quality and related environmental disciplines. Before starting his consulting firm, Bart was responsible for environmental compliance at a major manufacturing facility in California, and developed detailed compliance plans in response to federal, state and local environmental regulations.
As a principal with ALG, Bart routinely consults with broad spectrum of industrial, commercial, and research operations throughout the United States. He therefore has a solid understanding of what is required to comply with the complex web of environmental requirements, and the practical expertise that comes from crafting compliance strategies for a wide range of industrial, commercial and manufacturing operations.
Combined with his solid background as an expert technical witness on environmental enforce matters, Bart offers a unique perspective on the chall4enges of developing cost-effective, responsive, and effective environmental compliance plans and strategies.
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