the 411 on secondary spill containment and spcc regulations

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  • Whats the 411on Secondary Containment?

  • What Is Containment?

  • What Is Secondary Containment?

  • provides temporary containment until the response actions are taken

    system capable of containing oil and constructed so that no discharge will escape

    What Is Secondary Containment?

  • Why Do You Need Secondary Containment?

    Financial Political Environmental

  • To prevent oil spills from polluting our nations navigable waters

    Why Do You Need Secondary Containment?

  • What is SPCC 40 CFR 112?

    Requires facilities to develop and implement an SPCC plan

  • Operating procedures to prevent an oil discharge

    Control measures to prevent an oil discharge from entering navigable waters

    Countermeasures to contain, clean up and mitigate the effects of any oil discharge that affects navigable waters

    What is SPCC 40 CFR 112?

  • What Are Navigable Waters?

    Lakes Rivers Streams Wetlands Wet meadows Play lakes Natural ponds

    *As defined by the Clean Water Act

  • How Does the EPA Define OIL?

    Petroleum Fuel oil Sludge Oil refuse/oil mixed with wastes Non-petroleum oils Synthetic oils Animal fats Oil and greases Vegetable oils

  • Who Needs Secondary Containment?

  • Drilling Producing Gathering Processing Using Refining Transferring Storing Distributing Consuming

    Who Needs Secondary Containment?

  • using oil for mechanical or

    operational purposes in a manner

    that does not significantly reduce

    the quality of the oil in electrical

    equipment, electric transformers and

    hydraulic equipment

    Who Needs Secondary Containment?

  • >1,320 gallons of aggregate above ground oil storage capacity, or>42,000 gallons of completely buried oil storage, and>55 gallon capacity in any single container*

    *Containers include: bulk storage, oil-filled equipment, mobile/portable equipment

    Who Needs Secondary Containment?

  • If the facility total aboveground oil storage capacity is 10,000 gallons or less ...

    And ... And the facility has ... Then the facility is a:

    Within 3 years prior to the Plan certification date, or since becoming subject to the SPCC rule if in operation for less than 3 years, the facility has not had: A single discharge of oil to

    navigable waters exceeding 1,000 gallons, or

    Two discharges of oil to navigable waters exceeding 42 gallons within any 12-month period

    No individual aboveground oil containers greater than 5,000 gallons

    Tier I Qualified Facility:Complete and self-certify Plan template in lieu of a full PE-certified Plan or other self-certified plan

    Any individual aboveground oil container greater than 5,000 gallons

    Tier II Qualified Facility: Prepare a self-certified Plan in accordance with all applicable requirements of 112.7 and subparts B or C of the rule, in lieu of a PE-certified Plan.

    Who Needs Secondary Containment?

  • What is an SPCC Plan?

    Do you have a history of spills?

    Do you have over 1,320 gallons of oil in one substation?

    Are you near navigable waters?

    Is there a reasonable expectation of a discharge?

  • Hazard identification Vulnerability analysis Risk assessment Response actions Geographical details

    What is an SPCC Plan?

  • Physical layout of facility Commitment of manpower, equipment & materials

    Regular inspections, tests and records Personnel, training and discharge prevention

    procedures Designated person for each facility who is accountable

    for discharge prevention Type of oil in each container and its storage capacity Discharge or drainage controls, secondary containment Countermeasures discovery, response and cleanup Contact list for contractors, responders, NRC

    What is an SPCC Plan?

  • What is Discharge?

    Discharge causing a film or sheen upon or discoloration of the surface of the water or causes a sludge or emulsion to be deposited beneath the surface of the water or upon the adjoining shorelines

  • SPCC 40 CFR 112.7 addresses

    discharges from regulated parts of

    a facility. Containment design

    and capacity are determined by

    good engineering practices.

    What are the types of Secondary Containment?

  • SPCC 40 CFR 112.8 addresses discharges from specific parts of a facility. Containment design, sizing and freeboard requirements are specified by SPCC rule.

    What are the types of Secondary Containment?

  • Dikes, berms, retaining walls Curbing Culverting, gutters, other drainage

    systems Weirs, booms, barriers Spill diversion ponds Retention ponds Sorbent materials Drip pans Sumps and collection systems

    What are the types of Secondary Containment?

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