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SPCC and FRP Plans

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans and Facility Response Plans (FRP)

The world of Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans has been changing dramatically over the past several years – but one thing is constant, if you store more than 1,320 gallons of oil aboveground in tanks or containers, you need an up-to-date SPCC Plan and you need it now!

The SPCC regulations are not “new,” they actually represent one of the oldest standing regulatory programs in the United States dating back to 1973 — but lately, they have been getting a lot of attention. It is easy to get confused over what the regulations require and more importantly, what needs to be done and when?

JD2’s experience in addressing storage tank management provides for a strong basis for proper evaluation of the SPCC requirements.  JD2’s industry background also provides for a plan that is practical and easy to implement.

JD2’s principals wrote the books and teach the courses on how to comply with SPCC requirements.  Years of interacting with companies with varied SPCC needs has also provided an even stronger base for writing a plan that fits your particular needs.

JD2 can provide state-of-the-art plans and make compliance with the extensive SPCC requirements easy to manage. Let JD2 evaluate (update?) your existing plan and(/or?) develop a new plan that is in full compliance with the latest regulations.

 The USEPA has made it clear that you must comply with the SPCC requirements and you must comply NOW!

If your facility stores more than 1 million gallons of oil or transfers oil over water, you may also need a Facility Response Plan (FRP) – let JD2 determine if a FRP applies under the Oil Pollution Act (OPA) and how to best implement the plan and integrate it seamlessly into your SPCC Plan.

JD2’s services for SPCC Management include

  • SPCC and FRP Plan Development
    • Comprehensive Site Evaluations
    • Interactive Site Operations Assessment
    • Comprehensive Plan Development
  • Design Engineering and Implementation of Solutions
  • Regulatory Interface (as needed)
  • Personnel Training Programs
  • Testing, Inspection and Maintenance Programs

Now is the time to find out what you need to do before the USEPA finds out for you!