Columbia Pacific has submitted the proposed plan to DEQ for review. The plan outlines how the company will prepare for dealing with a spill, what the company must provide in terms of emergency response resources, and how the company will conduct clean-up operations along with other agencies. The plan covers spills in Oregon waters and in the Columbia River.
Cover Letter from Columbia Pacific Bio-RefineryEmergency Response Plan
AppendicesAppendix A - Facility-Specific InformationAppendix B – Emergency Notification Phone ListAppendix C – Qualified Individual and Alternate Qualified Individual Designation LetterAppendix D – Personnel Resource ListAppendix E – Spill Response ChecklistAppendix F - Quick Reference SheetsAppendix G – NRC and OERS Spill Response Notification FormsAppendix H – Facility Emergency Response Equipment ListAppendix I – OSRO Equipment Lists and CertificatesAppendix J – Incident Investigation ProgramAppendix K – Response TablesAppendix L – Map: Lower Columbia River Geographic Response PlanAppendix M – Training Log for Personnel Response and Discharge Prevention MeetingsAppendix N – Exercise LogsAppendix O – Communications PlanAppendix P – Site-Specific Safety and Health PlanAppendix Q - Acronyms and DefinitionsAppendix R – Cross-Reference IndexSpill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan
FiguresFigure 1 – Site LayoutFigure 2 – Adjacent Onsite Tank FarmFigure 3 – Flow ChartFigure 4 – Transfer Facility Safety EquipmentFigure 5 – Production Facility Safety EquipmentFigure 6 – Evacuation DiagramFigure 7 – Outfall 1Figure 8 – Outfall 2Figure 9 – Site Topography
Public comments for this plan can be submitted to Scott Smith by email,, or by calling 503-229-5370.
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