Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--March 3, 2014, to March 7, 2014
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March 11, 2014
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--March 3, 2014, to March 7, 2014

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed SPCC inspections, oil spills from pipelines, and climate change partnerships.

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Here's the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

SPCC Inspections: It's Cost Effective to Be Ready--Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) inspections can be planned or an inspector can just show up at your door unannounced. Here a re a few SPCC tips to help you be prepared for an inspection.

SPCC Inspections: What You Can Learn from Enforcement Actions--This article reviews several SPCC enforcement actions that prove the value of preparation as well as compliance to environmental regulations.

Pipelines: How to Make A Worst-Case Scenario Oil Spill Even Worse--Cleanup and remediation costs associated with the 2010 pipeline rupture and oil spill in Michigan are more than $1 billion and counting. What are some factors that actually contributed to the spill and poor response?

Improvements for Onshore Oil Pipeline Facility Response Plans--Oil pipeline safety requires submission and implementation of a detailed Facility Response Plan (FRP) to ensure adequate resources are in place in the event of an oil spill. Here are some common FRP mistakes made by owners and operators of onshore oil pipelines and related recommendations.

Climate Partnership Highlights--EPA's recently released 2012 Annual Report on Climate Change Partnerships highlights ways that the partnerships have helped decrease energy use and emissions and save millions of dollars.

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