image The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all facilities that use, manage and store oil (1,320 gallons or more) to develop and implement Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans. Certain states may have a lower oil storage volume that may trigger a plan.

RCP provides a full range of services for your company’s SPCC Plan and has earned a nationwide reputation for providing high-quality, compliant SPCC Plans to a wide variety of industries. Our senior staff has decades of experience in designing and implementing SPCC Plans with a thorough understanding of the operational and regulatory issues that face our clients.

RCP has completed and certified SPCC Plans for over 200 oil and gas production sites ranging in size from single test vessels to large gas treatment plants, and included both onshore and offshore facilities. These Plans incorporated the numerous requirements contained in the SPCC Rule.

RCP's lead professionals are heavily involved in industry and agency task forces and committees related to spill planning and emergency response. We can conduct a gap analysis of your current SPCC Plan and provide updates and recommendations based on the SPCC Guidance for Regional Inspectors.