The Verdantas team brings decades of superior experience with navigating compliance requirements related to oil pollution prevention. From federal Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) requirements to federal Facility Response Plan (FRP) requirements to individual state programs, our team of experts has established career- long relationships with the regulators who implement these programs. This familiarity yields compliance success for our clients.

Typical Verdantas services include preparation and development of SPCC and FRP plans, oil storage management and design services, aboveground and underground tank management, on-site training, and assistance responding to enforcement violations. Verdantas provides services to all market sectors, including, but not limited to, energy, industry, real estate, water, technology, transportation and government sector clients. Our talented staff are eager to assist you not only attaining compliance with applicable programs, but going a step beyond to help keep our water sources free of oil pollution for generations to come.

Services Offered

Preparation and Development of SPCC Plans  |  Facility Response Plans  |  US Coast Guard OPP  |  Integrated Contingency Plans  |  Oil Storage Management and Design Services  |  Aboveground (AST) and Underground Storage (UST) Tank Compliance|  On-site Training  |  Assistance Responding to Enforcement Violations

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Resources

Cadmium: New Developments in EPA Risk Screening Methods
Cadmium: New Developments in EPA Risk Screening Methods

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Wind Power Advantages and Disadvantages
Wind Power Advantages and Disadvantages

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No Reprieve for Some Sources With New Requirements from CSAPR Good Neighbor Plan
No Reprieve for Some Sources With New Requirements from CSAPR Good Neighbor Plan

Limited Exceptions Effective July 31, 2023, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an interim final action to ...

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