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Columbia Pacific Bio-Refinery Proposed Oil Spill Contingency Plan

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.

Public Notice


Cover Letter from Columbia Pacific Bio-Refinery

Emergency Response Plan

Appendices
Appendix A - Facility-Specific Information
Appendix B – Emergency Notification Phone List
Appendix C – Qualified Individual and Alternate Qualified Individual Designation Letter
Appendix D – Personnel Resource List
Appendix E – Spill Response Checklist
Appendix F - Quick Reference Sheets
Appendix G – NRC and OERS Spill Response Notification Forms
Appendix H – Facility Emergency Response Equipment List
Appendix I – OSRO Equipment Lists and Certificates
Appendix J – Incident Investigation Program
Appendix K – Response Tables
Appendix L – Map: Lower Columbia River Geographic Response Plan
Appendix M – Training Log for Personnel Response and Discharge Prevention Meetings
Appendix N – Exercise Logs
Appendix O – Communications Plan
Appendix P – Site-Specific Safety and Health Plan
Appendix Q - Acronyms and Definitions

Appendix R – Cross-Reference Index

Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan

Figures
Figure 1 – Site Layout
Figure 2 – Adjacent Onsite Tank Farm
Figure 3 – Flow Chart
Figure 4 – Transfer Facility Safety Equipment
Figure 5 – Production Facility Safety Equipment
Figure 6 – Evacuation Diagram
Figure 7 – Outfall 1
Figure 8 – Outfall 2
Figure 9 – Site Topography

 

Updates to Plan from Columbia Bio-Refinery - March 2014 

USCG Facility Response Plan/ODEQ Oil Spill Contingency Plan

Oil Spill Response Health and Safety Plan

Oil Spill Waste Management and Disposal Plan

 

Public comments for this plan can be submitted to Scott Smith by email,, or by calling 503-229-5370.