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U.S. EPA offers oil spill prevention workshop in Helena

Release Date: 2/12/2004
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      DENVER – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will conduct a no-cost workshop on oil pollution prevention regulations and the requirements for a federal spill prevention control and countermeasure (SPCC) plan from 8 a.m. to noon, March 4, at the EPA Building conference room, main floor, suite B, 10 West 15th St., Helena.
This is an opportunity to learn directly from the EPA and to get your questions answered. Photo identification is required. It is requested that workshop participants use the parking lot south of the building. Be advised that parking costs 25 cents an hour.
For additional information, phone Chrystanna Wait by Feb. 25 at (800) 227-8917, ext. 7105 or (303) 312-7105; or email at
Federal SPCC plans must be prepared and implemented by facilities that store, process, transfer, distribute, use, consume, drill, produce, gather, or refine oil or oil products. Such products include petroleum oils, including gasoline, asphalt, kerosene, motor oil, animal and fish oils; vegetable oils; and synthetic oils.