CEI developed Spill Prevention and Countermeasure Control (SPCC) Plans for several DOD facilities throughout the region. Additionally, CEI has also developed Integrated Contingency Plans (ICP) plans and provided on-site staff training.
For example, CEI has worked on ICPs incorporating planning elements of 1) 40 CFR 112 – U.S. EPA Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan; 2) 29 CFR 1910.120(q) – OSHA’s Emergency Response Regulations; 3) 310 CMR 30.520 – MA Hazardous Waste Regulations – Contingency Plan, Emergency Procedures, Preparedness & Prevention; and 4) AR 200-1 Army’s Installation Site Contingency Plan (ISCP). ICPs included assessment of multiple maintenance facilities, 90-day storage areas, fueling stations, ASTs, Satellite Accumulation Points, POL storage areas and dispensing stations.
The ICP document is a single emergency response plan intended to be used by each individual facility to respond to releases of oil and/or hazardous substances. The ICP plan consolidates multiple plans into one single document that addresses the requirements of many federal and state regulations. In this manner, the ICP incorporates the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan; Hazardous Waste Generator Contingency Plan; Facility Best Management Practices; Wastewater Discharge Requirements; and other components as required specific to each facility.