| SPCC Requirements
What is an SPCC
SPCC plans are written documents that describe
the steps that Rutgers University must take to
prevent oil spills and to minimize the risk of
harm to surface waters in the event of a release
or oil spill. SPCC Plans are a requirement of
the Federal Oil Pollution Prevention Regulation
found in Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations
(CFR) Part 112.
Plans are required for facilities that manage
oil in quantities as described below and from
which an oil spill could reach navigable waters.
(The term "Oil",
includes; petroleum products such as gasoline,
diesel, kerosene, heating oil, motor oil both
used and new, hydraulic oil and cooking oils.)
SPCC Plan is required for a facility where:
The total underground buried storage capacity
of the facility is 42,000 gallons or more of
total above ground storage capacity is 1,320
gallons or more of oil, and
to the facilities location, the facility could
reasonably be expected to discharge oil into
a navigable water way.
kept on site.
certified by a Registered Professional Engineer.
full management approval, signature required.
history of the facility
of Nearest Navigable Water.
loading and unloading operations.
and unloading areas.
The following are SPCC Plans for Rutgers University: