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Spill & Release Reporting Requirements: What EPA Requires Now


Webinar Recording

Recording Price: $199.00

(Includes Proprietary Materials)

An oil spill or hazardous substance release poses a serious threat to the public and to the environment. EPA has rigorous requirements in place on how and when spills and releases are to be reported so immediate action can take place. Any facility responsible for a release that does not comply with reporting rules will likely face severe penalties or fine. How can you ensure your spill response it up to date with current reporting requirements Join us to learn:

  • When EPA says a spill or release must be reported
  • Reporting oil spills v. hazardous substance releases
  • Reporting requirements for various environmental statutes
  • Who qualifies under the federally permitted release exemption

Program Highlights

  • Spill and Release Reporting: Rules & Guidelines to Keep You Compliant

    • Hazardous substances covered & reportable quantities of each
    • Which agencies to notify, when you must report & what information
    • What is - and isn't - classified as a release to the environment
    • Best practices to handle hazardous substance mixtures safely
  • Reporting Requirements for Federal Environmental Statutes

    • CERCLA & EPCRA reporting for releases of hazardous substances
    • Understanding Stormwater, RCNA, NPDES and DOT regulations
    • The Clean Air Act and additional federal reporting requirements
  • Oil Spill v. Hazardous Material Reporting: What's Required Today

    • Federal programs requiring reporting of oil or petroleum releases
    • Which regs apply to ASTs and which apply to USTs
    • What quantities of oil and petroleum releases are reportable?
    • Impact of CERCLA petroleum exclusion on reporting
  • Live Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!

About The Speaker

Gary R. Brown, President of RT Environmental Services, is a recognized authority on key environmental compliance issues. His experience includes:

  • Over 35 years as a Professional Engineer, including 30 years of engineering management.
  • Concept development, permitting, design projects, complex facility upgrading, expansion and industrial closure, as well as Brownfield redevelopment projects.
  • Implementation of major remediation projects and state-of-the-art improvements at environmental facilities in the public and private sectors.
  • Provided services to clients in over 20 states.
  • Preparation of and updating more than 100 SPCC plans for a variety of facilities

Program Benefits

This 60-minute program provides clear guidelines to keep your facility compliant with hazardous substance release and oil spill reporting requirements contained in federal environmental programs.