SPCC Plan Five-Year Updates and Technical Amendments

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulations (Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Chapter 112) applies to non-transportation-related facilities that drill, produce, store, process, refine, transfer, distribute, use, or consume oil or oil products; and that could reasonably be expected to discharge oil in harmful quantities (as described in 40 CFR 112.1(b)) to U.S. navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. Facilities subject to this rule are required to prepare and implement a SPCC Plan. The SPCC Plan must contain minimum design criteria and inspection procedures and must be approved by the facility management and certified by a professional engineer (P.E.), unless the total capacity of oil at the facility is less than 10,000 gallons, and the facility meets the criteria of a qualified facility under 40 CFR 112.3(g). All facilities, excluding farms, (defined at 40 CFR 112.2) were required to update, prepare, and
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SPCC Plans – 5 year Updates


  • September 22, 2016
    11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Join us for a lunchtime webinar as Nic Andreani, P.E. , and Emile Hanna, P.E. discuss Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rules for oil spill prevention and preparedness. Facilities that implemented plans no later than November 10, 2011 as part of EPA’s most recent rule amendments are approaching the required five-year plan review and (more…)

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Address:
Streaming From, Plano, Texas, 75074, United States





Battery Recycler, North Texas

W&M has worked on a wide range of projects at a secondary lead smelter in North Texas (hazardous waste Transfer, Storage and Disposal facility). Our work has included Phase II Investigations, remediation of impacted soil, soil sampling to evaluate air monitoring impacts, development of SWP3 plan and annual updates, spill prevention, control and countermeasure (SPCC) plan development, source reduction/waste minimization (SR/WM) plan, assistance with their Environmental Management System (EMS) plan, completion of their TPDES permit, and design and contractor oversight of landfill cell construction.



Cable Manufacturer, Plano

W&M performed a wide range of environmental services for this former copper wire manufacturer while it was still in operation and after it was shut down and ultimately sold to a real estate investor. W&M provided a full range of environmental services to this facility while it was still in operation including development of their SWP3, SPCC plans, asbestos surveys, Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) management, removal and closure of Leaking PSTs (LPSTs), and general regulatory assistance (e. g., waste classification). Following plant shut down, W&M assisted the client with Phase II sampling, remediation of impacted soil, and closure through the TCEQ Correction Action Program. The Site has been cleaned up and closed and ultimately sold to an investor.



W&M Senior Consultant to Present SPCC Webinar

Heather Woodward, an experienced environmental professional who has helped many companies with Spill Containment, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) compliance, will be presenting a webinar through BLR to provide attendees with a proven, straightforward process for evaluating existing SPCC Plans, identifying potential gaps, and developing the necessary corrective action strategies on Thursday February 13.  Heather is a Senior Consultant, Registered Environmental Manager (REM) and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) for W&M Environmental.  She is acknowledged for her expertise in industrial compliance, real estate due diligence, EHS training, and remediation project management. Throughout Heather’s 20+ years of Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) experience, she has provided advice and leadership in a number of service areas including regulatory compliance and reporting, storm water pollution prevention plans (SWP3), spill plans (SPCC), asbestos management, litigation support, CERCLA/Superfund steering committees, Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments, EHS training, and corporate wellness programs. Mrs. Woodward has worked
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