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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Oil storage checklist
    Oil storage checklistYou need to keep a close eye on your oil storage. This means that you should carry out regular checks on your storage systems and any areas in which oil is being used or decanted. Checking standards are being maintainedTo help you carry out a brief audit of your site, or to carry out regular checks on your storage vessels, use our Oil Storage Checklist. It's very simple to follow, only needing "yes" or "no" answers, and can be used as part of an audit trail or environmental management system....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - oil storage
    Guidance note - oil storageYou can't store oil in any old container. It must be specifically designed for the purpose and capable of preventing the contents from getting into the ground surface. Oil storage guidance noteThe exact content and requirements of the Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations 2001 (CPOR) are often not fully understood, and this makes the implementation of policies and compliance with statutory requirements more difficult to achieve. We have therefore prepared a Guidance...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - pollution respnse plan
    Guidance note - pollution response planAlthough you should have done your best to prevent a spill, one may still occur. However, quick and efficient action can minimise the impact and save you the cost of a clean up operation or even prosecution.Pollution response planEven if you don't have an environmental permit, which requires you to have a pollution response plan, it's still worth having one if you store hazardous substances, e.g. oil. Having a plan for responding to leaks and spills ensures that your staff...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Best practice techniques for preventing oil pollution
    Best practice techniques for preventing oil pollutionWhen it comes to oil storage, things should never be left to chance; it's certainly the time to follow best practice techniques. This will minimise the likelihood of a spill in the first place, and provide you with a good defence if the worst were to happen. Techniques for preventing oil pollutionThere are many different actions that can be taken to prevent or minimise risks associated with oil pollution. We've identified the main Best Practice Techniques...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - oil separators
    Guidance note - oil separatorsIn accordance with Environment Agency guidance, oil separators (or interceptors) should be installed on surface water drainage systems where the potential exists for pollution such as oil, diesel and petrol to enter your drainage system.Oil separatorsOur Guidance Note - Oil Separators details the different types of separator, where they should be used and the type of information needed in order to design and select the appropriate interceptor for any given situation.  
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