Oil spill Response Plans
Changes into the nationwide Oil and Hazardous ingredients Pollution Contingency Plan
On September 15, 1994 (59 FR 47384), EPA promulgated changes to your nationwide Oil and Hazardous chemicals Pollution Contingency Arrange (NCP). The Oil Pollution Act of 1990 amends present terms for the wash Water Act and creates significant new authorities addressing oil and hazardous material spill reaction. The amended Clean Water Act required the President to revise the NCP to mirror these modifications.
Denial of Request to Amend the FRP needs for Animal Fat/Vegetable Oil Facilities
On October 20, 1997 (62 FR 54508 ), EPA denied the demand to amend the FRP guideline making sure that services with pet fats and vegetable oils would be treated differently from those services with petroleum-based natural oils. EPA believes the petition would not substantiate differentiation between your natural oils.
Amended FRP Demands for Animal Fat/Vegetable Oil Facilities
On Summer 30, 2000 (65 FR 40776 ), EPA amended the FRP to deliver a more particular methodology for determining planning volumes for a worst situation discharge of pet fats and veggie natural oils. The revision comes with separate regulatory sections for:
- animal fats and veggie oils,
- adds brand new meanings for pet fats and vegetable essential oils, and