Planning and training are common themes in many environmental regulations. The key to a good plan is a practical approach that considers technical and economic considerations, as well as human nature. Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans, and training to implement these plans, are required for any facility storing or using 1,320 gallons or more of oil. For larger facilities like an oil terminal, a Facility Response Plan (FRP) may be required. While an SPCC plan seeks to avoid a spill or release, the FRP starts with the assumption that a release has occurred. The Contingency plans, and associated training, are required to properly manage hazardous waste and protect the environmental. Storm water pollution prevention plans are prepared to find practical ways to prevent storm water from becoming contaminated.
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