Verdantas was selected to prepare Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans for Service Energy facilities in Dover, Milford, and Lewes, Delaware. The goal of the effort was to develop SPCC plans that would not only be compliant with 40 CFR 112, but also be easy to use and practical to implement.
Having prepared hundreds of SPCC plans in EPA Region 3, Verdantas had a history collaborating with EPA on similar projects. With confidence that our product would pass regulatory scrutiny, Verdantas proceeded to conduct site visits to obtain the information needed to develop plans for each of the sites. Site visits took approximately 1.5 hours to complete (typically between 1 and 3 hours are needed, depending on the complexity of the site). Following the site visits, information collected was carefully transformed into accurate, workable documents. Our client was given an opportunity to review draft documents before final plans, signed and sealed by a registered Professional Engineer (PE), were available for use.
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 has established career- long relationships with the regulators who implement these programs. This familiarity yields compliance success for our clients.