The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all owners and operators of facilities that operate above ground bulk storage tanks of 660 gallons or greater of oil in one tank or operate more than 1,320 gallons in an aggregate of tanks in one area or operate underground bulk storage tanks of 42,000 gallons or greater of oil be subject to the Oil Pollution Program under the Clean Water Act of 1972 in 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 112. Compliance under this requirement is achieved through design and implementation of a current Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (SPCC) plan certified within the last five years. SRP provides SPCC plan preparation and certification by a licensed Professional Engineer in the state where the facility operates.
As a 24-hour on call Licensed Hazardous Materials Contractor, SRP Environmental’s Spill Response Team can respond to and mitigate Non-Hazardous emergencies. Our goal is to provide a fast response with the equipment necessary to complete the project. We also provide environmental consulting and environmental services to assist with spill prevention and remediation.
SRP’s environmental consultants provide a full range of environmental consulting and environmental services to assist your company with state and federal requirements for your facility. Knowledgeable staff will develop a plan of action to comply with local, state, and federal regulations for environmental areas specific to your company’s operations and associated waste streams.