Spill Control (SPCC) & Stormwater (SWPP) Plans

SPCC and SWPP Plans may include:

  • Site inspection
  • Filing Notice of Intent to discharge
  • Historic records review
  • Facility mapping
  • Interviews
  • Engineering certification
  • Report preparation
  • Documentation
  • Report preparation

Clients include:

  • Petroleum Bulk Plants
  • Manufacturers
  • Hospitals
  • Airports
  • Mining Companies
  • Developers

McGinley & Associates personnel have performed numerous Spill Prevention Control Countermeasure Plans (SPCCP) throughout Nevada and California. The governing laws and regulations found in the Clean Water Act (CWA), Title 33 United States Code and Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 112, requires a regulated facility (total aboveground oil storage greater than 1,320-gallons) to prepare a written spill contingency plan within six months after operations commence, and that the facility must implement the plan no later than 12 months after operations commence.

The objective of a SWPPP is to prevent pollutants from entering storm water which passes through the facility. The EPA defines storm water as “run-off from a storm event, snow melt runoff, and surface runoff and drainage”. McGinley & Associates personnel  have performed numerous Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans SWPPP throughout Nevada and California. SWPPPs are prepared in accordance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) general permits.

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