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IEEE 980-1987 pdf free.IEEE Guide for Containment and Control of Oil Spills in Substations.
IEEE 980 prohibit the discharge of oilinto navigable waters of the USA, and through theimplementation of a Spill Control and Counter-measure (sPCC) plan require that effective con-tainment plans be made to prevent the dischargeof oil,and specify that a cleanup procedure orcontingency plan be established in the event of adischarge of oil. Cleanup procedures by themselves are only required if containment is shownto be not practical. It is important to note herethat the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)might interpret the term”not practical” to meannot at all possible as against a more reasonableinterpretation of not economically practical.Furthermore, although federal and regional EPAagencies are in fundamental agreement, we shouldrecognize the possibility of some degree of latitudein interpretation between federal and regionalagencies and be guided accordingly.
These regulations apply to installations thathave a capacity to contain oil stored undergroundin excess of 42 000 gal, or a capacity stored aboveground in excess of 1320 gal per facility, or 660 galper container. Such a prevention plan could in-clude the use of dikes, berms, curbing, culverting,weirs, absorbent materials, sumps, and collectionsystems designed for the purpose of containing
any discharge of oil. In short,this requirementspecifies that a properly engineered plan shouldbe developed and documented to contain thesurface discharge of oil from any storage container at a facility that, due to its location, couldreasonably be expected to discharge oil into orupon navigable waters in sufficient quantity tocause an oil sheen, or to clean up the spilled oil ifcontainment can be shown to be not practicable.Furthermore, it is important to note that the EPAaccepts a definition of navigable waters to includenavigable waters,river systems, lakes and ponds,stream and river beds,and all wetlands. Again,this may be subject to EPA federal or regionalinterpretation differences.
In addition to the requirements prohibiting thedischarge of oil, 40CFR[1 ] specifies that in theevent of an oil spill of more than 1000 US gal in asingle spill or two spills of harmful quantities fromthe same facility in any 12-month period, a reportshall be made to the Environmental ProtectionAgency-Regional Administrator, within 60 daysfrom the date of the spill. Such a report shouldcontain the identification of the facility andinformation relating to the date and descriptionof the spill, copy of the sPCC plan, cause, corrective action,and additional preventive measures that have been taken. Regulations require thatany report of an oil spill be sent to the appropriate state agency as well.IEEE 980 pdf download.

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