“Upstream” stakeholders like onshore drillers and “downstream” stakeholders like terminals or regulated petroleum oil refineries, bulk storage facilities or oil product distributors and natural gas processors, are all considered regulated entities under the purview of EPA’s SPCC rule.
Noncompliance with SPCC can lead to enforcement actions and agency inspections.
You’ll also get a bibliography of resources and slides and notes for reference.
Session Highlights: Attorney Cerafici is an internationally recognized leader and legal specialist in the often complex and challenging nuclear regulatory industry.
This guidance is a living document and will be revised, as necessary, to reflect any relevant regulatory amendments.
Additionally, EPA welcomes comments from the regulated community and the public on the guidance.
Attend this interactive and engaging session with environmental attorney Tamar Cerafici.
She has testified as an expert witness before the Atomic Safety Licensing board as well as NRC public meetings. Disclaimer: Eli CLE, Eli Global, and the Presenters of all programs are part of a continuing legal education provider.
The most basic of these questions is whether your facility is prepared for spills and whether your facility qualifies for the rule.
If the facility is a regulated entity, it needs to consider a number of factors to ensure compliance, such as the tanks at the facility and whether the facility is next to Waters of the United States (WOTUS).
She has been at the forefront of the industry in building regulatory and policy framework for a new generation of nuclear plants.
She was a major contributor to the first Early Site Permit granted under 10 CFR Part 52, successfully implementing alternative site analyses that have become the general standard.