Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plans

Pacific Petroleum, located in Southern California, has over 30 years in the petroleum engineering, construction and equipment business.  We have been writing SPCC reports for our customers since 2008 when the Federal EPA SPCC regulations, 40 CFR 112, were first finalized.

SPCC Regulations

The EPA requires that certain facilities develop and implement a SPCC Plan. The intent of the SPCC Plan, otherwise known as a “Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan”, is to prevent petroleum products and non-petroleum oils from reaching the nations waterways.

If you have over a capacity for 1,320 gallons of oil in aboveground storage tanks, than you may need an SPCC plan.

SPCC Plans  

Do you need an SPCC report?  We can help.  We not only understand the Federal SPCC rule but also California’s Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act.  We will write the right SPCC report for your facility that will fulfill federal and state regulations and also enable you to provide safer work site.

Three levels of SPCC reports

Federal SPCC rules allow for different types of SPCC reports depending on the size and history of oil discharges at your facility.  We have extensive  experience in writing all three types of SPCC reports.

   ■ P.E. Certified Reports

   ■ Tier I SPCC Reports

   ■ Tier II SPCC Reports


We serve in the following counties:

Imperial County

 

Kern County

 

Los Angeles County

 

Orange County

 

Riverside County

 

San Bernardino County

 

San Diego County

 

San Luis Obispo County

 

Santa Barbara County

 

Ventura County

 

If you would like to have a SPCC Plan prepared for your facility you can call us 619-688-5848 or reach us through our Contact Us form.

Source: Oil Spills Prevention and Preparedness Regulations, https://www.epa.gov/oil-spills-prevention-and-preparedness-regulations.