Legal requirements for updating spcc

The document is designed to provide a consistent national policy on several SPCC-related issues.

This guidance is a living document and will be revised, as necessary, to reflect any relevant regulatory amendments.

Full Guidance Document Chapter 1: Introduction discusses the purpose and scope of 40 CFR part 112 and the regulatory history, including all SPCC rule amendments.

Also includes the Table of Contents, disclaimer, EPA Oil Program contacts, and acronyms list.

Chapter 4: Secondary Containment and Impracticability Determinations describes the various secondary containment requirements and demonstrates how these requirements apply to specific equipment and activities at an SPCC-regulated facility.

While this guidance document indicates EPA's preferred approach to assure effective implementation of legal requirements, EPA retains the discretion to adopt approaches on a case-by-case basis that differ from this guidance where appropriate.

If you have questions about the guidance please call the Superfund, TRI, EPCRA, RMP and Oil Information hotline.

If the hotline is unable to answer your specific questions, your question will be forwarded to an EPA staff member for a response.

Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on the Clean Water Act Regulatory Definition of “Waters of the United States”, 68 FR 1991, January 15, 2003.

Text | PDF Settlement Agreement between EPA and American Petroleum Institute and Marathon Oil Company (2004) Letter to Daniel Gilligan of Petroleum Marketers Association of America (May 25, 2004) Susan Parker Bodine, Letter to Brian Jennings of American Coalition for Ethanol, November 7, 2006. Craig Matthiessen, Letter to Roger Claff, December 10, 2010. FRP Rule Attachment C-I: Flowchart of Criteria for Substantial Harm, 40 CFR Ch.

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