To comment on the SPCC Guidance for Regional Inspectors, e-mail us at SPCC. In your message, please include the specific page number or section number that your comments refer to. However, all comments will be reviewed and will be used to inform ongoing revisions to the guidance document.If you have questions about the guidance please call the Superfund, TRI, EPCRA, RMP and Oil Information hotline.Covered by PART 7, starting Regulation 125 of the Human Medicine Regulation 2012.So FROM 30th APRIL 2014, ALL MANUFACTURED HERBAL MEDICINES WILL HAVE TO BE AUTHORISED IN ORDER TO BE SOLD AND BE SUPPLIED LAWFULLY IN THE UK, thereby conforming to the 2012 Human Medicine Regulation.ASTs and USTs have a variety of uses at retail facilities.Most are used to store petroleum products, for example, for emergency generators, waste oil tanks or cooking oil and grease tanks.Describe what your secondary containment is for your oil handling and storage facilities.
Amanda Czepiel is legal editor for BLR’s environmental compliance products. AC: Facilities that are regulated under SPCC are facilities that store or handle oil, above ground 1,320 gallons, or 42,000 gallons underground. It’s not how much oil you have on site, but how much oil you can have on site. It’s basically if it can hit a stream, it can hit a navigable water, and you are covered. What are the types of employees that need to be trained? It’s any employee that handles oil in some kind of capacity. It’s something that day to day – an employee doesn’t deal with regulations day to day. She’s our SPCC legal editor for our environmental compliance products. It’s training, planning, and a set of protocols of what to do in terms of a discharge. If you have someone in a contract basis, subcontract basis, they need to be trained as well as your full- and part-time employees on site. The goal is to prevent pollution of navigable waters from oil.If the hotline is unable to answer your specific questions, your question will be forwarded to an EPA staff member for a response.Top of Page This document provides guidance to EPA inspectors and owners and operators of facilities that may be subject to the requirements of SPCC (40 CFR Part 112).