Burns and McDonnell said developing and following a Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure plan “is critical to avoid public health hazards and prevent environmental crises”.
In a new white paper, which is available online, it outlines how to update a facility plan that meets best practices.
It said: “For a host of facilities across the U.S., SPCC plans haven’t been top of mind, a problem discovered by the EPA during inspections.”
The company said that in order to safeguard surroundings — and avoid potential violations and fines — updating a facility plan that comprehensively outlines best practices for any potential scenario is key.
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