Instead of providing secondary containment for qualified oil-filled operational equipment, an owner or operator may prepare an oil spill contingency plan and a written commitment of manpower, equipment, and materials to quickly control and remove discharged oil. He/she must also have an inspection or monitoring program for the equipment to detect a failure and/or discharge. An individual impracticability determination for this equipment is not required.
What are the amended requirements for oil-filled operational equipment?
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