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Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures
(SPCC) Planning

The University of Minnesota is committed to conducting operations to a high standard of environmental performance. An important element of this commitment is to achieve compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and to ensure these standards are integral to University operations. This page includes University documents, standards and forms related to Spill Prevention, Planning and Response.

Spill Reporting

SPCC Plans

The Spill Prevention Control Countermeasures (SPCC) Plan is a document that outlines the steps for preventing environmental releases of oil products, and to ensure the safety of personnel, the community, and the environment should a release occur. The documents posted below complies with the requirements of the Federal Oil Pollution Prevention regulations (40 CFR 112), and the Prevention and response provisions of the Oil and Hazardous Substance Discharge Preparedness Regulations (Minn. Stat. 115E), also known as the Minnesota Spill Bill.

Plans must be amended every 5 years, and amended within 6 months of a change in Facility design, operation or maintenance that materially affects the Facility's spill potential.

(supporting documents with links provided below are forthcoming)

UMTC SPCC Plan

St Paul Steam Plant SPCC Plan

SE Steam Plant SPCC plan

District SPCC Plan

UMD SPCC Plan

UMC SPCC Plan

UMM SPCC Plan

SROC Waseca: Liquid Plasma Scale-Up Facility SPCC Plan