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WAC 173-182-405

Grays Harbor planning standard.

Those covered vessel and facility plan holders that transit or operate within Washington waters in a five nautical mile radius of a point at Lat. 46°54'52.25"N Long. 124°10'26.45"W (WGS 1984) outside the entrance to Grays Harbor must meet these standards.
Time (hours)
Boom/Assessment
Minimum Oil Recovery Rate
% of WCS volume per 24 hours
Minimum Storage Volume
2
A safety assessment of the spill by work boat with trained crew and appropriate air monitoring, with 1,000 feet of boom could have arrived
 
 
3
Additional 2,000 feet of boom or 4 times the length of the largest vessel of boom to be used for containment, protection or recovery could have arrived on scene
 
 
4
At least an additional 200 feet of boom and temporary storage of at least 196 barrels with the ability to collect, contain, and separate collected oil from water could have arrived. The additional boom should be capable of encountering oil at advancing speeds of at least 2 knots in waves. This boom shall be of a type appropriate for the operating environment
 
 
6
Additional 6,000 feet of boom with at least 2,000 feet of open water boom and 3,000 feet of calm water - Current capable appropriate for containment, protection or recovery could have arrived
Capacity to recover the lesser of 3% of worst case spill volume or 12,500 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived. 25% must be able to work in shallow water environments - Depth of 10 feet or less
1 times the EDRC
12
Additional 20,000 feet of boom with at least 1,000 feet of calm water - Current capable, for containment, protection or recovery could have arrived
Capacity to recover the lesser of 10% of worst case spill volume or 36,000 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived. At least 50% must be able to work in open water, 25% of the skimming capability must be able to work in shallow water environments - Depth of 10 feet or less
1.5 times the EDRC
24
Additional 20,000 feet of boom for boom containment, protection or recovery could have arrived
Capacity to recover the lesser of 14% of worst case spill volume or 48,000 barrels within 24-hour period could have arrived
2 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: Chapters 88.46, 90.48, 90.56 RCW, and 2011 c 122. WSR 13-01-054 (Order 11-06), § 173-182-405, filed 12/14/12, effective 1/14/13. Statutory Authority: Chapters 88.46, 90.56, and 90.48 RCW. WSR 06-20-035 (Order 00-03), § 173-182-405, filed 9/25/06, effective 10/26/06.]
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