Providing Context for Determining If Sensitive Resources Are Present and What Comes Next
SOURCE: Antea Group
A Facility Response Plan (FRP) is required if a facility stores over 1 million gallons of oil (petroleum and vegetable). However, there are exceptions for facilities where it can be demonstrated that a catastrophic release would not impact a sensitive resource as defined by 40 CFR 112.
Read our blog about how you can use modeling to determine an impact and thereby develop a more cost-effective response, no matter what type of plan your facility implements.
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