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Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan

Title 40, Part 112 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR § 112), requires the preparation and implementation of a SPCC Plan for any non-transportation-related facility that could reasonably be expected to discharge oil/fuels into or onto surface or groundwater. Any facility that has the capacity to store 1,320 gallons in total aboveground storage (counting only containers with an oil storage capacity of 55 gallons or more) and/or any facility that has the capacity to store 42,000 gallons in completely buried storage, are subject to this federal regulation.

Stratus has prepared SPCC plans for dozens of clients throughout California, ranging from the individual with a single 1,500 gallon tank storing fuel for their logging operation to oil company’s bulk fuel storage terminal/plants with 100,000+ gallons of total fuel storage. Because of our extensive experience, we can pass along our lessons-learned and large repertoire of client-adaptable checklists/procedures, as a direct savings to our customers. SPCC Plan preparation costs depend a good deal on the complexity of the operation.