Surface and Storm Water

Oil, Hazardous Substances, and Underground Storage Tanks

Last Updated: December 14, 2017
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The Water Resources Program assists its clients in a number of different services to manage oil, hazardous substances, and underground storage tanks (USTs) including:

  • Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Planning, including required Professional Engineer certification
  • Facility Response Planning
  • Spill simulation exercises (tabletop and live in the field)
  • Spill response/awareness training
  • Regulatory compliance evaluations for SPCC Plans and USTs
  • Assistance in interpreting regulations and facilitating communications with regulators
  • EPCRA/TRI requirements

These services can help facilities that store oil or hazardous substances maintain compliance with EPA, state, and Army regulations as well as international agreements for OCONUS facilities and establish required plans to ensure that the environment and human health are not harmed in the event of a spill.

For more information regarding oil, hazardous substances, and underground storage tanks please contact us.

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References

Technical Guide 297

CERCLA Reporting Requirements