Thursday, November 23, 2017

State Spill Plan, SPCC Plan, Contingency Plan Requirements

Caltha LLP maintains a library of SPCC Plan Templates developed to meet the above ground tank and spill prevention and response requirements of individual States and the Federal SPCC Rule. An SPCC Plan is require for any facility that exceeds an oil storage capacity of 1,320 gallons. Facilities potentially subject to the SPCC Rules (40 CFR 112) are not limited to industrial sites, but can include municipal, commercial, retail, institutional sites, construction sites, and even farms.

Leaking Fuel Tanks And Refueling Area 
Without Properly Sized Secondary Containment

The revised SPCC Rule now allows the use of streamlined SPCC plan formats if facilities meet certain criteria. These streamline SPCC Template plans do not need to be signed by a professional engineer in most States. Other SPCC plans may need to be reviewed and signed by an engineer. Caltha LLP also provides SPCC training for companies subject to the SPCC Rule and conducts SPCC inspections.

Caltha prepares SPCC Plans for the following States: [Click on a State to request information and options]
Alaska SPCC Plan
Arkansas SPCC Plan
California SPCC Plan
Connecticut SPCC Plan
Florida SPCC Plan
Georgia SPCC Plan
Illinois SPCC Plan
Indiana SPCC Plan
Iowa SPCC Plan
Kansas SPCC Plan
Kentucky SPCC Plan
Louisiana SPCC Plan
Maine SPCC Plan
Massachusetts SPCC Plan
Michigan SPCC Plan
Minnesota SPCC Plan
Mississippi SPCC Plan
Nebraska SPCC Plan
Nevada SPCC Plan
New Jersey SPCC Plan
New York SPCC Plan
North Carolina SPCC Plan
North Dakota SPCC Plan
Ohio SPCC Plan
Oklahoma SPCC Plan
Oregon SPCC Plan
Pennsylvania SPCC Plan
South Carolina SPCC Plan
South Dakota SPCC Plan
Tennessee SPCC Plan
Texas SPCC Plan
Utah SPCC Plan
Virginia SPCC Plan
Washington SPCC Plan
Wisconsin SPCC Plan

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