Clearwater Oil Company, Ltd.
Big Bear Lease No. 2 Production Facility
SAMPLE Spill Prevention, Control, and
Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan
Agency / Organization
When to Notify
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Environmental Compliance
or 225-342-1234 (after business hours, weekends and holidays)
Discharges that do not pose emergency conditions.
Within 24 hours of discovery (verbal).
Written notification within 7 working days.
St. Anthony’s Parish Emergency Planning Committee
Any discharge of 100 lbs or more that occur beyond the boundaries of the facility, including to the air.
Written notification within 7 days.
Armadillo Oil Removal Co.(214) 566-5588
Any discharge that exceeds the capacity of facility personnel to respond and cleanup.
Howard Fleming Farm (agricultural irrigation intake)
Any discharge that threatens to affect neighboring properties and irrigation intakes.
The person reporting the discharge must provide the following information:
Name, location, organization, and telephone number;
Name and address of the owner/operator;
Date and time of the incident;
Location of the incident;
Source and cause of discharge;
Types of material(s) discharged;
Total quantity of materials discharged;
Quantity discharged in harmful quantity (to navigable waters or adjoining shorelines);
Danger or threat posed by the release or discharge;
Description of all affected media (e.g., water, soil);
Number and types of injuries (if any) and damaged caused;
Actions used to stop, remove, and mitigate effects of the discharge;
Whether an evacuation is needed;
Name of individuals and/or organizations contacted; and
Any other information that may help emergency personnel respond to the incident.
Whenever the facility discharges more than 1,000 gallons of oil in a single event, or discharges more than 42 gallons of oil in each of two discharge incidents within a 12-month period, the
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