Chapter 90.56 RCW



HTMLPDF 90.56.005FindingsPurpose.
HTMLPDF 90.56.010Definitions.
HTMLPDF 90.56.020Director responsible for spill response.
HTMLPDF 90.56.030Powers and duties.
HTMLPDF 90.56.040Authority supplemental.
HTMLPDF 90.56.050Rules.
HTMLPDF 90.56.060Statewide master oil and hazardous substance spill prevention and contingency planEvaluation and revision or elimination of advisory committees.
HTMLPDF 90.56.070Coordination with federal law.
HTMLPDF 90.56.080Hazardous substances incident response training and education program.
HTMLPDF 90.56.100Washington wildlife rescue coalition.
HTMLPDF 90.56.110Rehabilitation of wildlifeRules.
HTMLPDF 90.56.200Prevention plans.
HTMLPDF 90.56.210Contingency plans.
HTMLPDF 90.56.2101Contingency plansDepartment to update rules.
HTMLPDF 90.56.220Facility operation standards.
HTMLPDF 90.56.230Operations manuals.
HTMLPDF 90.56.240Standards for spill management, cleanup, and containment services contractors.
HTMLPDF 90.56.250Index of prevention plans and contingency plansEquipment inventory.
HTMLPDF 90.56.260Adequacy of contingency plansPractice drillsReport.
HTMLPDF 90.56.270Enforcement of contingency plans.
HTMLPDF 90.56.275Joint large-scale, multiple plan equipment deployment drills of onshore and offshore facilities and covered vesselsRequirements.
HTMLPDF 90.56.280Duty to notify coast guard and division of emergency management of discharge.
HTMLPDF 90.56.300Unlawful operation of facilityCriminal penalties.
HTMLPDF 90.56.310Operation of a facility or vessel without contingency or prevention plan or financial responsibilityCivil penalty.
HTMLPDF 90.56.320Unlawful for oil to enter watersExceptions.
HTMLPDF 90.56.330Additional penalties.
HTMLPDF 90.56.340Duty to remove oil.
HTMLPDF 90.56.350Investigation, removal, containment, treatment, or dispersal of oil and hazardous substancesRecord of expenses.
HTMLPDF 90.56.360Liability for expenses.
HTMLPDF 90.56.370Strict liability of owner or controller of oilDamagesExceptions.
HTMLPDF 90.56.380Liability of others for cleanup expenses.
HTMLPDF 90.56.390Liability for removal costs.
HTMLPDF 90.56.400Department investigation of circumstances of entry of oilOrder for reimbursement of expensesModificationAction to recover necessary expenses.
HTMLPDF 90.56.410Right of entry and access to records pertinent to investigations.
HTMLPDF 90.56.420Authorized discharges of oilPermits.
HTMLPDF 90.56.500Oil spill response account.
HTMLPDF 90.56.510Oil spill prevention account.
HTMLPDF 90.56.530Reckless operation of a tank vesselPenalty.
HTMLPDF 90.56.540Operation of a vessel while under influence of liquor or drugsPenalty.
HTMLPDF 90.56.550Breath or blood analysis.
HTMLPDF 90.56.560Limited immunity for blood withdrawal.
HTMLPDF 90.56.565Facilities that receive crude oil from a railroad carAdvanced notice systemDepartment required to report informationAdoption of rules.
HTMLPDF 90.56.569Updates to the senate and house of representatives.
HTMLPDF 90.56.570Periodic evaluation and update of planning standards for oil spill response equipment.
HTMLPDF 90.56.580Crude oil vapor pressureMaximumPenalty.
HTMLPDF 90.56.900ConstructionAppeal not to stay order, rule, or regulation.
HTMLPDF 90.56.901Effective dates1991 c 200.


Environmental certification programsFeesRulesLiability: RCW 43.21A.175.