Do you understand the EPA’s regulations for Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC)? Is your facility required to have an SPCC plan? Oil spills present real public health and environmental concerns. In response to these concerns, the EPA created rules around SPCC. The EPA’s SPCC rules are meant to prevent oil discharge from entering navigable waters and/or adjoining shorelines.
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Mackenzie Schroeder is an Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Consultant for Triumvirate in Baltimore, MD and surrounding areas. She has 4 years of professional experience in the regulatory field. As an environmental consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, she served as an information specialist for EPA’s Superfund, EPCRA, TRI, RMP, and Oil Information Center. As an EHS Consultant for Triumvirate Environmental, she aids clients with their regulatory compliance needs with various OSHA and EPA regulations. In May 2015, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia with an emphasis in Ecology and Atmospheric Sciences. Throughout her academic career she maintained a strong focus on developing her field and analytical skills.