SPCC Methodology

Spill Prevention Countermeasure & Control Plan (SPCC) Methodology

The following tasks will be performed in conjunction with the SPCC Plan:

  • Evaluation of site layout, including potential surface spill receptors.
  • Evaluation of release detection devices and spill prevention devices installed in conjunction with existing petroleum storage and dispensing equipment.
  • Documentation of the quantity and type of hazardous compounds stored on-site.
  • Compilation of emergency contacts, as well as course of action in the event of an emergency spill.
  • Investigations of site area demographics and land use identifying potential receptors (i.e., basements, vaults, public buildings, schools, etc.).
  • Perform a telephone water well survey and surface water consumption investigation, including conversations with local water authorities and local residents.
  • Investigation and examination of all existing spill prevention measures at the site.
  • Research of available site records, including records of past spillage and/or prevention measures employed.
  • Report generation, including site plans with details of spill prevention measures in place, emergency plans and recommendations for alternative spill prevention measures as necessary.

Environmental Images

A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.
A typical closed landfill requires continuous maintenance. Here bare areas are photographed and reseeding is recommended to the owner.