Focus on Oil Transfer Info for Marinas
Focus on Oil Transfer Info for Marinas (Number of pages: 5) (Publication Size: 433KB)
|Author(s)||Jason Reichert, Chip Boothe, Mary-Ellen Voss|
|Description||Marinas and the Oil Transfer Rules - Washington Department of Ecology’s oil transfer rules are designed to help prevent spills from facilities transferring oil over water. Under these rules, we expect fewer spills and a better response capability; increasing the protection of our natural resources from the environmental hazards of oil spills.
You can find the oil transfer rules for facilities in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) chapter 173-180. We prepared this guidance to help marinas that are Class 4 facilities comply with the oil transfer rule, but this information can also help recreational marinas keep their waters clean and free of oil spills and other accidents.
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|Keywords||Oil transfer rules, oil handling, oil spill prevention, oil transfer|
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