Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures Plan (SPCC) – Otterbein University – Westerville, Ohio

STONE conducted a detailed walk-through of each building and noted the location, type of containers and materials, amounts of material, spill response equipment, containment equipment, and other specifics of each building, both inside and out. We then developed a written SPCC Plan, in conjunction with Otterbein’s Chemical Hygiene Officer, which included the following information:

  • A description of the quantity and type of chemicals stored and their location;
  • Listing of emergency phone numbers for federal, state, and local responses;
  • Summary of oil storage tanks and containers, contents, and volume;
  • A description of procedures used to prevent accidental spills including maintenance of storage areas, handling and transfer of materials, and loading and unloading operations;
  • A description of containment areas and spill response equipment;
  • Emergency response procedures and equipment;
  • Spill reporting procedures (e.g., reportable quantities);
  • Follow-up procedures to prevent recurrence of spills;
  • Building maps showing the location of floor drains, spill equipment, chemical storage, waste storage, and other areas;
  • Monthly and annual checklists and inspection forms to ensure plan is being implemented.

I just wanted to reach out to both of you & all of Stone for your outstanding effort, due diligence & professionalism on this project.

I’m certainly no ESA expert, but I was blown away by the detail contained in your report, especially given the tight timeframe that was required for delivery.

Please know that your work at Walnut Grove is very much appreciated by everyone here at POAH.

For the record, I am now a huge fan of Stone Environmental, and I hope we will continue our working relationship well into the future.

Doug Dempsey, POAH