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WAC 173-182-365

Transmission pipelines that may impact shorelines of statewide significance.

Time (hours)
Boom/Assessment
Minimum Oil Recovery Rate
% of WCS volume per 24 hours
Minimum Storage in Barrels
1
A safety assessment of the spill by trained crew and appropriate air monitoring could have arrived
 
 
2
2,000 feet of boom available at the spill source or downstream of the source could have arrived
Alternatively, resources identified to deploy a pipeline control point to keep oil from entering surface waters or penetrating into the ground could have arrived
 
 
6
Additional 5,000 feet of boom available for containment, recovery or protection could have arrived
Capacity to recover the lesser of 10% of worst case spill volume or 12,500 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived
1 times the EDRC
12
Additional 20,000 feet of boom to be used for containment, protection or recovery could have arrived
Capacity to recover the lesser of 15% of worst case spill volume or 36,000 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived
2 times the EDRC
24
More boom as necessary for containment, recovery or protection
Capacity to recover the lesser of 20% of worst case spill volume or 48,000 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived
3 times the EDRC
48
More boom as necessary for containment, recovery or protection
Capacity to recover the lesser of 25% of worst case spill volume or 60,000 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived
More as necessary to not slow the response
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 90.56 RCW. WSR 16-21-046 (Order 15-08), § 173-182-365, filed 10/12/16, effective 11/12/16. Statutory Authority: Chapters 88.46, 90.56, and 90.48 RCW. WSR 06-20-035 (Order 00-03), § 173-182-365, filed 9/25/06, effective 10/26/06.]
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