"Do you have an SPCC plan in place at each of your store locations? Did you know that federal law requires it? DO YOU HAVE AN SPCC PLAN?
Aboveground Storage Tanks (ASTs) are regulated in two ways: (1) by the federal Clean Water Act; and (2) by state and local building and fire codes. The federal requirement is known as the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan and is designed to prevent discharges of oil into navigable waters and adjoining shorelines. The fine for failure to maintain an SPCC Plan can run as high as $25,000 per day. You must have an SPCC Plan, under federal law, if your facility has any one of the following three types of oil storage (""aboveground"" storage includes tanks in basements):
1. Total Underground Oil Storage Capacity greater than 42,000 gallons; or
2. Total Aboveground Oil Storage Capacity greater than 1,320 gallons; or
3. Aboveground Oil Storage Capacity of a Single Container greater than 660 gallons.
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