SPCC Plans/Annual Inspections
The purpose of the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule is to help facilities prevent a discharge of oil into navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. This rule is part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s oil spill prevention program and was published under the authority of Section 311(j)(1)(C) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act) in 1974. The rule may be found at Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 112.
- Onsite facility inspection
- SPCC Plan development with photographs and CAD diagrams
- Certified by Registered Professional Engineer
- Plans stored digitally to be available anytime, anywhere
- Annual Inspections performed and SPCC Plan updated with new regulatory requirements to maintain compliance
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is a report that summarizes a site visit and records review of a property and its surrounding area to determine if any additional environmental investigation is warranted to understand the liability and risks associated with the identified property. A Phase I is usually associated with the buying and selling of various oil and gas or industrial facilities.
- Site visit, investigation of potential environmental concerns
- Aerial Photographs, historical records review
- Phase I ESA development including site photographs and assessment findings
Tier II Chemical Reporting
A Tier II is an annual report submitted by any company that handles chemicals—Oil and Gas companies, Hospitals, Maintenance, Construction, etc. Tier II is a system of reporting administered through the state where the facility is located to satisfy the requirements of the Community Right-To-Know Acts (CRAs) and the Hazard Communication Act (HCA). These laws are designed to protect employees, emergency responders, and the public by informing them of what hazardous chemicals exist in a given place.
- Tier II Reports developed and submitted to state agencies and LEPC’s