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Specific steps necessary to respond to a hydraulic spill on soil (or any other permeable surface). #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fxsce
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The truck discharged approximately 88 barrels (3,715 gallons) of diesel fuel. #Freight #Spill #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fx4sa
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One of the most devastating incidents to the survival of sea turtles was the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. #OilSpill #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fwen6
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The EPA has established a special set of regulations for episodic events that allows facilities to maintain their current generator status if an episodic event occurs. #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fv2xh
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Firefighters had to don HAZMAT suits in order to safely deal with the spill. #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fv6jc
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Happy Father's Day from the Spill Center team. #Celebrate #Dads #FathersDay2017
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Secondary containment needs are tied to EPA and OSHA regulations. #SecondaryContainment #EPA #OSHA #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/ftbjj
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Impact of oil spills, including possible effects on wildlife and fisheries. #May2017 #OilSpills #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fspd9
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Several EPA regulations require facilities to have secondary containment or recommend it as a best practice to keep spills in a defined area until they can be cleaned up. #SpillRisk #SpillCenter http://gplus.link/fry55
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