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					                SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND
                 COUNTERMEASURE (SPCC) PLAN


                          ALFRED UNIVERSITY
                                            Saxon Drive
                                    Village of Alfred, New York



                               Date of Original Plan:         August 2001

                        DATE OF CURRENT PLAN:                 SEPTEMBER 2004

                                Next Review Due by:           September 2009




IF A SPILL OR A FIRE OCCURS, OR IF AN UNUSUAL, UNKNOWN, OR PETROLEUM VAPOR IS
DETECTED, CONTACT:

Cherise Haase                  Work: (607) 871-2190   Cell: (315) 408-7421
Coordinator, Environmental Health and Safety

CAMPUS SECURITY                              (607) 871-2108


VAPORS CAN CREATE AN EXPLOSION OR SUFFOCATION HAZARD IF THEY ARE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA
SUCH AS A TANK, SEWER, OR BASEMENT.

ADVISE PERSONNEL IN THE AFFECTED AREA TO STAY UPWIND AND UPGRADIENT OF A SPILL SITE IF
YOU DO NOT KNOW THE IDENTITY OF THE SPILLED MATERIAL OR THE HAZARDS INVOLVED.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO STOP OR CONTAIN THE RELEASE AT THE SPILL SOURCE IF THE MATERIAL IS ON
FIRE. IF YOU DOUBT YOUR ABILITY TO RESPOND SAFELY, CALL THE ABOVE NUMBERS AND WAIT FOR
QUALIFIED SPILL PERSONNEL TO RESPOND.


IMPORTANT SPILL RESPONSE MEASURES (SEE PAGE 23)



                                                                                  BDA Project No. 04441
                                                                                   431 East Fayette Street
                                                                               Syracuse, New York 13202
                                                                               Telephone: (315) 472-6980
                                                                                      Fax: (315) 472-3523
                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS




Section                                                                                                                                      Page
          SPCC Rule Cross Reference

  1.0     INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................... 1
          1.1 General.............................................................................................. 1
          1.2 Commitment of Resources ................................................................. 1
          1.3 Certifications ..................................................................................... 1
               1.3.1 40CFR Part 112 Certification .................................................... 1

   2.0    FACILITY INFORMATION ............................................................................ 2
          2.1 General Facility Information............................................................... 2
          2.2 SPCC Plan Covered Facilities ............................................................. 2
               2.2.1 Heating Plant ........................................................................... 3
               2.2.2 Motor Pool Garage.................................................................... 3
               2.2.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage ........................... 3
               2.2.4 Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings ................. 4
               2.2.5 Dining Halls............................................................................. 5
               2.2.6 Generator Room....................................................................... 5
               2.2.7 Transformers ........................................................................... 5
          2.3 Spill History....................................................................................... 6
          2.4 Site Drainage ..................................................................................... 6
          2.5 Potential Spills and Receptors ............................................................ 6
               2.5.1 Heating Plant ........................................................................... 6
               2.5.2 Motor Pool Garage.................................................................... 7
               2.5.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage ........................... 7
               2.5.4 Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings ................. 8
               2.5.5 Dining Halls............................................................................. 9
               2.5.6 Generator Room....................................................................... 9
               2.5.7 Transformers ......................................................................... 10
          2.6 Other Emergencies .......................................................................... 10

   3.0    BULK STORAGE TANKS AND CONTAINERS ............................................. 11
          3.1 Heating Plant ................................................................................... 11
          3.2 Motor Pool Garage ........................................................................... 11
          3.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage ................................... 11
          3.4 Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings ......................... 12
          3.5 Dining Halls..................................................................................... 12
          3.6 Generator Room............................................................................... 12
          3.7 Transformers ................................................................................... 12
          3.8 Removal of Spilled Oil from Containment Systems ........................... 13

   4.0    LOADING, UNLOADING, AND TRANSFER .................................................                                                 14
          4.1 Heating Plant ...................................................................................                              14
              4.1.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                                14
              4.1.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                         14
              4.1.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                          15
          4.2 Motor Pool Garage ..........................................................................                                   15
              4.2.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                                15
              4.2.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                         15
              4.2.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                          16
          4.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage ...................................                                                  16
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                    4.3.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                             16
                    4.3.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                      16
                    4.3.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                       16
          4.4       Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings .........................                                                 17
                    4.4.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                             17
                    4.4.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                      17
                    4.4.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                       17
          4.5       Dining Halls.....................................................................................                           18
                    4.5.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                             18
                    4.5.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                      18
                    4.5.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                       18
          4.6       Generator Room...............................................................................                               18
                    4.6.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                             18
                    4.6.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                      18
                    4.6.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                       19
          4.7       Transformers ...................................................................................                            19
                    4.7.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures .......................................                                             19
                    4.7.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection ......................................................                                      19
                    4.7.3 Spill Prevention and Control...................................................                                       19

  5.0     INSPECTIONS, RECORDS, SECURITY, AND TRAINING............................. 20
          5.1 Inspections and Records .................................................................. 20
          5.2 Security ........................................................................................... 20
          5.3 Personnel Training........................................................................... 20
          5.4 Facility SPCC Plan Distribution........................................................ 21
          5.5 SPCC Plan Amendments .................................................................. 22
               5.5.1 By Regional Administrator ..................................................... 22
               5.5.2 By Owner/Operator ............................................................... 22

  6.0     FACILITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURES..................................                                                              23
          6.1 Initial Response ...............................................................................                                  23
          6.2 Responsibilities of Emergency Coordinator.......................................                                                  23
          6.3 Alternate/Supplemental Contact List ...............................................                                               24
          6.4 Spill Control Steps ...........................................................................                                   25
          6.5 Spill Logs .........................................................................................                              25

FIGURES

    Figure 1          Location Plan
    Figure 2          Facility Diagram (Showing SPCC-Regulated Facilities)

APPENDICES

    Appendix    A     40 CFR 112 Regulations
    Appendix    B     6 NYCRR 611-614 Regulations
    Appendix    C     Petroleum Bulk Storage Registration Form
    Appendix    D     Monthly Inspection Sheets
    Appendix    E     Oil-Handling Personnel Training Attendance Sheets
    Appendix    F     Annual Discharge Briefing Attendance Sheets
    Appendix    G     Certification of the Applicability of the Substantial Harm Criteria
    Appendix    H     Spill Data Sheets
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                                                          SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND
                                                          COUNTERMEASURE (SPCC) PLAN
                                                          Alfred University
                                                          Village of Alfred, New York
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SECTION 1.0            INTRODUCTION

1.1      General
The Alfred University campus is located along the eastern side of Main Street in the Village of
Alfred, New York (refer to Figure 1). Alfred University operates and maintains petroleum storage
facilities that are subject to Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR Part 112) and
Title 6 of the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York (6
NYCRR Parts 610 through 614). These regulations are presented in Appendices A and B,
respectively. This SPCC Plan has been prepared to minimize the potential for oil discharges.
Alfred University conforms to the requirements of 40 CFR Part 112. Persons contributing to the
information presented in this report include:
•     Ms. Cherise Haase, Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety, Alfred University
•     Mr. David Tuttle, Heating Plant Supervisor, Alfred University
•     Mr. Jeffrey Johnson, New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred
•     Mr. Christopher Jimenez, SPCC Coordinator, USEPA - Region 2
•     Mr. Richard D. McKenna, Project Engineer, Beardsley Design Associates

1.2      Commitment of Resources
Alfred University has committed the personnel and material resources required to maintain and
successfully implement this SPCC Plan. This Plan and the resources required to implement it will
be maintained and modified as required to account for adjustments or modifications to the
University’s facilities, the regulations governing the facility, or to improve response activities
associated with actual or potential spills. For the purpose of this plan and the procedures
described, the individual responsible for coordination of all activities associated with spills or
other emergencies at the covered facilities is the Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety.

1.3      Certifications

1.3.1 40 CFR Part 112 Certification
This SPCC Plan has been designed to comply with 40 CFR Part 112. Being familiar with the
requirements of 40 CFR Part 112, I attest:
•     My agent (Richard D. McKenna, Project Engineer) examined the Alfred University facilities
•     This SPCC Plan has been prepared in accordance with good engineering practices, including
      applicable industry standards and the requirements of 40 CFR Part 112
•     Procedures for required inspections and testing have been established
•     This SPCC Plan is adequate for the facility

Engineer:       Raymond N. Cudney, P.E.           License No.                                            063153

Signature:                                        Seal:

Date:




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SECTION 2.0              FACILITY INFORMATION

2.1      General Facility Information

    Facility Name:            Alfred University / New York State College of Ceramics

    Facility Owner/Operator: Alfred University / New York State College of Ceramics

    Facility Location:        Saxon Drive
                              Alfred, New York 14802

    Facility Contact:         Ms. Cherise Haase
                              Coordinator, Environmental Health and Safety
                              (607) 871-2190

2.2      SPCC Plan Covered Facilities

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Oil Pollution Prevention Rule, which became
effective in January 1974, was revised in July 2002. Facilities covered by the rule must prepare
and implement a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan to prevent any
discharge of oil into or upon navigable waters of the United States or adjoining shorelines.

A facility must meet three criteria to be subject to the SPCC rule:

•     It must be non-transportation-related
•     It must have an aggregate aboveground storage capacity greater than 1,320 gallons or a
      completely buried storage capacity of greater than 42,000 gallons. Containers less than 55
      gallons are excluded from the total aboveground and buried storage capacities. Furthermore,
      buried tanks subject to the technical requirements of 40 CFR Parts 280 or 281 are excluded
      from the total buried storage capacity.
•     There must be a reasonable expectation of a discharge into or upon navigable waters of the
      United States or adjoining shorelines

Alfred University is subject to SPCC reporting requirements since the facility stores more than
1,320 gallons of oil in aboveground storage tanks (ASTs). Once a facility exceeds either threshold,
it is subject to the SPCC rules and every storage container 55 gallons or greater must be included
in the Plan. Since New York State’s UST program is not a federally-approved program under 40
CFR Parts 280 and 281, the USTs at the subject facility are subject to the SPCC regulations.

Specific facilities on the campus of Alfred University that utilize petroleum systems subject to
requirements of SPCC Plan include:

         1.     Heating Plant
         2.     Motor Pool Garage
         3.     New York State College of Ceramics mechanics shop/garage
         4.     Hydraulic elevator reservoirs located in several campus buildings
         5.     Dining Halls – Ade Hall and Powell Campus Center
         6.     Generator room in McLane Physical Education Center
         7.     Oil-filled transformers located throughout the campus
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The details regarding each of these facilities are listed below. Numbers in parenthesis refer to the
building numbers presented on Figure 2 – Facility Diagram.

2.2.1 Heating Plant (51)

The Heating Plant is located adjacent to the Physical Plant Building and includes three boilers
that supply heat to the majority of the campus. Two boilers burn natural gas as a primary fuel,
with No. 2 fuel oil burned as an emergency fuel source. The fuel oil is supplied from two 15,000-
gallon underground storage tanks (USTs) located beneath the parking lot just west of the Heating
Plant (see Appendix C). The USTs, which were installed in August 1994, are located beneath the
parking lot west of the Heating Plant. The locations of the Heating Plant and No. 2 fuel oil USTs
are shown on Figure 2.

Fuel is transferred from the USTs to the boilers in the heating plant through underground piping.
No other bulk petroleum products are stored or used in the Heating Plant.

2.2.2 Motor Pool Garage (13)

The Motor Pool Garage provides maintenance service to campus vehicles. Two 1,000-gallon
(gasoline and diesel) ASTs formerly located in the rear area of the Motor Pool lot were removed in
July 2002.

A variety of petroleum products and lubricants are used for vehicle maintenance purposes within
the Motor Pool Garage. Two to three 55 gallon drums of virgin motor oil are typically present in
the Motor Pool Garage. Used oil and wastewater from cleaning stations are stored in 35-gallon
containers. A petroleum spill control kit and absorbent material are stored within the Motor Pool
Garage.

2.2.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage (63)

The New York State College of Ceramics maintains a mechanics shop and garage within the
Ceramics Physical Plant, as shown on Figure 2. Vehicle maintenance and machine tooling
operations are conducted within the Mechanics Shop, and involve the periodic use of virgin and
used petroleum products. The following listing is the typical inventory in the Mechanics Shop at
any given time:

   •   One 55 gallon drum of used motor oil
   •   Two 55 gallon drums of virgin motor oil (with dispensing apparatus)

The drums were stored on two plastic pallets, each designed with 66 gallons of secondary
containment. An adequate amount of absorbent material was stored within the shop/garage.

During our site visit, BDA observed two 55-gallon drums within a fully-enclosed secondary
containment pallet (cabinet), which was located exterior to the Shop/Garage building. One drum
was empty. The other drum did not contain oil, and therefore, is not subject to SPCC reporting
requirements. However, since the University intends on using this containment pallet in the
future for oil storage, the pallet is included in this Plan.



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2.2.4 Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings

Several buildings on the campus have hydraulically-operated elevators, which include fluid
reservoirs with associated pumps and piping. The reservoirs are typically located in adjacent
rooms. A concrete vault is located at the bottom of each elevator shaft. According to Mr. Chris
Jimenez of United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Region 2, although the
reservoirs are not “bulk storage containers”, such operating equipment is still subject to
secondary containment requirements. However, because the recirculation piping systems
associated with the elevator hydraulic systems are mechanical process/distribution systems, it is
not practical to provide secondary containment in areas proximate to the elevator installations. If
a leak or drip is identified within one of the elevator systems, the recirculation pump and elevator
sump pump will be shut down, the Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety will be
immediately notified, and the procedures outlined in Section 6 - Spill Response will be
implemented.

The following table identifies specific elevators that contain reservoirs greater than 55-gallons.
The locations of the previously listed buildings are shown on Figure 2.

                                  Reservoir             Figure 2                       Type of                             Discharge
 Elevator Location             Volume (Gallons)        Reference                       Drainage                            Location
                                                           #
 Miller Performing Arts                                                                                                  Concrete
                                       126                   1                             None
 Building (1)                                                                                                           Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 F.W. Olin Building (2)               100.5                  2                      Floor Drain                       Vault/Sanitary
                                                                                                                          Sewer
 Scholes Library –                                                                                                       Concrete
                                       94                    4                             None
 Large (4)                                                                                                              Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Harder Hall – Small (5)               66                    5                             None
                                                                                                                        Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Harder Hall – Large (5)               113                   5                             None
                                                                                                                        Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Hall of Glass (6a)                   111.5                 6a                             None
                                                                                                                        Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Science Center
                                       82                    8                             Sump                       Vault/Sanitary
 Building (8)
                                                                                                                          Sewer
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Alumni Hall (45)                      72                  45                              None
                                                                                                                        Vault/Slab
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 CDC Center at The                                                                                                    Vault/Ground
                                       77                  60                              Sump
 Steinheim (60)                                                                                                        (bank below
                                                                                                                         building)
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Powell Campus
                                       111                 66                              Sump                       Vault/Sanitary
 Center - 1 (66)
                                                                                                                          Sewer
                                                                                                                         Concrete
 Powell Campus
                                       111                 66                              Sump                       Vault/Sanitary
 Center - 2 (66)
                                                                                                                          Sewer
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Myers Hall, Openhym Hall, Ade Dining Hall, and the Saxon Inn contain elevator reservoirs of 50,
44, 42, and 45 gallons, respectively. Furthermore, the “small” elevator in Scholes Library utilizes
a reservoir of 36 gallons. Since these reservoir volumes are below the 55-gallon threshold, they
are not subject to SPCC reporting requirements.

2.2.5 Dining Halls

During our site visit, BDA observed two 200-gallon used vegetable oil storage containers adjacent
to Ade Hall (50) and Powell Campus Center (66). According to Ms. Haase, the facility has removed
these containers on April 26, 2004, and will store used vegetable oil in 55-gallon containers. The
Powell Campus Center drums are stored exterior to the building in a roll-top secondary
containment structure designed for outside storage. Ade hall drums are stored on the loading dock
within a secondary containment pallet. A roof over the loading dock is protects the drum and
containment pallet from the weather.

2.2.6 Generator Room

Alfred University typically stores a 55-gallon drum of generator oil in the McLane Hall (64)
generator room. The drum is stored on a secondary containment pallet.

2.2.7 Transformers

Several oil-filled electrical transformers are located throughout the Alfred University campus.
According to Mr. Chris Jimenez of United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Region
2, although the transformers are not “bulk storage containers”, such operating equipment is still
subject to secondary containment requirements. However, due to the nature of the electrical
equipment, it is not practical to provide secondary containment in areas proximate to the
transformers. If a spill is identified in the vicinity of a transformer, the Coordinator of
Environmental Health and Safety will be immediately notified, and the procedures outlined in
Section 6 - Spill Response will be implemented.

The following table identifies the specific oil-filled transformers with volumes greater than 55-
gallons.

                                        Transformer
 Transformer Location                 Volume (Gallons)               Discharge Location
 Heating Plant                              280                            Ground
 Powell Campus Center                       355                            Ground
 Allen Hall                                 103                     Concrete Containment
 Main                                       305                     Concrete Containment
 Main                                       473                     Concrete Containment
 Main                                       473                     Concrete Containment
 Lower Pinehill                             165                            Ground
 Upper Pinehill                             165                            Ground
 Fort Street                                170                            Ground
 Olin Hall - silicon                        200                     Concrete Containment
 Bartlett Hall                              152                            Ground
 Saxon Inn                                  176                            Ground
 Motor Pool                                  90                     Concrete Containment
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The locations of these transformers are shown on Figure 2. According to Ms. Haase, transformers
associated with the College of Ceramics are dry-type, and therefore, not subject to SPCC reporting
requirements.

2.3    Spill History

According to Ms. Haase, there have been no spill events or discharges of oil in harmful quantities
as defined in 40 CFR Part 110 or 6NYCRR Part 613 in the 12 months preceding the preparation
of this SPCC Plan.

In accordance with 40 CFR Part 112.4, the facility must submit certain information to the
Regional Administrator if the facility discharges more than 1,000 gallons of oil in a single
discharge or more than 42 gallons of oil in each of two discharges within a 12-month period (see
Section 5.5 for further detail).

In the event of a spill at the facility, refer to Section 6.

2.4    Site Drainage

As shown on Figure 1, the Alfred University campus is located along the lower elevations (+/-
1,800 feet) of Pine Hill, which rises to a maximum elevation of 2,160 feet to the west. The
campus is served by a stormwater drainage system, including catch basins and storm sewers,
which discharge to Canacadea Creek. The Creek is culverted along the southern portion of the
Village and campus. The Creek is open along the northern portion of the campus, meandering
proximate to the rear of the Motor Pool area.

2.5    Potential Spills and Receptors

The locations of the petroleum storage facilities included in this plan are shown on Figure 2.
Operations or circumstances that could potentially result in a spill event and possible receptors
are identified for each of the following facilities:

2.5.1 Heating Plant

  Spill Source        Type of             Volume             Flow                          Approx.                         Containment
                       Failure                             Direction                      Flow Rate
 Tank Filling       Human Error       Varies             Paved surface                    2 ft/sec                      None
 Tank               Tank failure      15,000 gallon      Ground                           2 ft/sec                      Double wall
                                                                                                                        tank with alarm
 Underground        Piping Failure    Varies             Ground                           2 ft/sec                      Double wall
 piping                                                                                                                 piping with
                                                                                                                        alarm
 Pump               Pump Failure      Varies             Concrete Slab                   2 ft/sec                       Building slab
 Interior           Failure           Varies             Concrete Slab                   2 ft/sec                       Building Slab
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Receptors: In the event of a spill in the heating plant (boiler room and/or pump monitoring
rooms) possible pathways to the environment include:

   •    floor drains
   •    one sump
   •    storm sewer located approximately 40 feet downgradient of the UST installations

The floor drains, sump, and exterior catch-basin discharge to the storm sewer system. These
receptors are covered under the University’s SPDES permit. It is Alfred University’s policy to
plug/berm nearby floor drains, sumps, and catch basins during UST filling operations to prevent
the accidental discharge of oil.

2.5.2 Motor Pool Garage

 Spill Source      Type of            Volume            Flow                        Approx.                           Containment
                    Failure                          Direction                     Flow Rate
 Drum            Drum failure,    55 gallons       To slab surface                2 ft/sec                         Building slab
                 human error

Receptors: In the event of a spill in the Motor Pool Maintenance Building possible pathways to
the environment include:

   •    None, the spill would be contained to the concrete floor surface.

No drains were observed within the Motor Pool Maintenance Building. Spills occurring within the
Motor Pool maintenance building would most likely occur as a result of incidental or accidental
spillage caused during handling operations, including drum placement, handling, container
filling, and dispensing. With any manual activity, there is the potential for puncture or dropping
of drums and containers that could result in spillage or leaks. It is anticipated that the worst-
case spill would involve the overturning of two 55-gallon drums.

2.5.3 College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage

  Spill Source       Type of          Volume        Flow Direction                    Approx.                         Containment
                     Failure                                                         Flow Rate
 Drum within       Drum failure    55 gallons       To containment                   2 ft/sec                      Containment
 containment                                        pallet                                                         pallet
 pallet
 Interior drum     Human error     55 gallons       To containment                   2 ft/sec                      Containment
                                                    pallet or slab                                                 pallet, building
                                                    surface                                                        slab, oil/water
                                                                                                                   separator
 Exterior drum     Human error     55 gallons       To containment                   2 ft/sec                      None
                                                    pallet or
                                                    ground surface




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Receptors: In the event of a spill in the mechanics shop/garage possible pathways to the
environment include:

   •     floor drain connected to the oil/water separator

In the event of a spill during the manual transfer of a drum from the mechanics shop/garage to
the exterior storage cabinet, possible pathways to the environment include:

   •     direct release to ground surface in vicinity of the exterior storage cabinet

Spills occurring within or exterior to the Mechanics Shop/Garage building would most likely
occur as a result of incidental or accidental spillage caused during handling operations, including
drum placement, handling, container filling, and dispensing. With any manual activity, there is
the potential for puncture or dropping of drums and containers that could result in spillage or
leaks. It is anticipated that the worst case spill would involve the overturning of two 55-gallon
drums.

Significant spills that occur in the mechanics shop/garage building would be expected to flow to
floor drains and subsequently to the oil/water separator (Great Lakes Environmental, Inc., Model
SRC-M24 Slant Rib Coalescing) for treatment prior to discharge to the sanitary sewer. Water
from the oil/water separator is subsequently discharged to the sanitary sewer. The oil/water
separator, which is located within an approximate 212-gallon concrete vault, was pumped and
cleaned on April 20, 2004.

It is the policy of Alfred University that only sealed drums be transferred across the lawn area to
the exterior storage cabinet. Before the drums are transferred to the cabinet via drum cart,
employees first walk the rollway to look for objects that could impede the drum cart.

2.5.4 Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings

       Spill Source         Type of       Volume        Flow Direction                      Approx.                    Containment
                            Failure                   (see Section 2.2.4)                     Flow                      (see Section
                                                                                               Rate                        2.2.4)
 Reservoir               Reservoir       66 to 126    To sump, floor                        2 ft/sec                  Concrete slab
                         failure         gallons      drain, or concrete                                              or none
                                                      vault
 Hose/piping/valves      Piping/valve    66 to 126    To sump, floor                        2 ft/sec                  Concrete vault;
                         failure         gallons      drain, or concrete                                              concrete slab,
                                                      vault                                                           or none
 Filling                 Human           5 gallons    To sump, floor                        2 ft/sec                  Concrete slab
                         error                        drain, or concrete
                                                      vault

Receptors: In the event of a spill associated with the hydraulic systems serving the building
elevators possible pathways to the environment include:

   •     floor drains and/or sumps to sanitary sewer
   •     Steinheim sump to ground (embankment below building)

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Spills occurring from or at a specific elevator system would most likely occur as a result of
incidental or accidental spillage caused during hydraulic fluid re-filling. With any manual
activity, there is the potential for puncture of the reservoirs or dropping of containers that could
result in spillage or leaks. It is anticipated that a spill at a specific elevator system could range
from 5 gallons (one re-fill fluid container) to 126 gallons (reservoir or piping/hose rupture).
Because the recirculation piping systems associated with the elevator hydraulic systems are
mechanical process/distribution systems, it is not practical to provide secondary containment in
all areas proximate to the elevator installations. It is Alfred University’s policy to plug/berm
nearby floor drains/sumps during oil filling operations to prevent the accidental discharge of oil.
According to Mr. Jimenez, a room with a plugged/bermed floor drain/sump is an acceptable form
of temporary secondary containment.

2.5.5 Dining Halls

 Spill Source      Type of           Volume        Flow Direction                    Approx.                          Containment
                    Failure                                                         Flow Rate
 Drum            Drum failure     55 gallons       To containment                  2 ft/sec                        Containment
                                                   pallet                                                          pallet
 Drum            Human error      55 gallons       To containment                  2 ft/sec                        Containment
                                                   pallet, catch                                                   pallet, asphalt
                                                   basin, or                                                       parking lot
                                                   ground surface

Receptors: In the event of a spill in the used grease storage area in the dining halls, possible
pathways to the environment include:

   •    Catch Basin located approximately 40 feet from the Ade Hall loading dock
   •    Direct release to ground surface near Powell Campus Center

Spills occurring within the dining halls would most likely occur as a result of incidental or
accidental spillage caused during handling operations, including drum placement, handling,
container filling, and dispensing. With any manual activity, there is the potential for puncture or
dropping of drums and containers that could result in spillage or leaks. It is Alfred University’s
policy to plug/berm nearby catch basins during oil drum removal operations to prevent the
accidental discharge of oil. According to Mr. Jimenez, an asphalt-paved parking lot with a
plugged/bermed catch basin is an acceptable form of temporary secondary containment. It is
anticipated that the worst case spill would involve the overturning of one 55-gallon drum.

2.5.6 Generator Room

 Spill Source      Type of           Volume        Flow Direction                    Approx.                          Containment
                    Failure                                                         Flow Rate
 Drum            Drum failure     55 gallons       To containment                  2 ft/sec                        Containment
                                                   pallet                                                          pallet
 Drum            Human error      55 gallons       To slab surface                 2 ft/sec                        Building slab




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Receptors: In the event of a spill in the mechanics shop/garage possible pathways to the
environment include:

      •   floor drain

Spills occurring within the generator rooms would most likely occur as a result of incidental or
accidental spillage caused during handling operations, including drum placement, handling,
container filling, and dispensing. With any manual activity, there is the potential for puncture or
dropping of drums and containers that could result in spillage or leaks. Alfred University has a
policy to plug floor drains during oil handling operations. According to Mr. Jimenez, a room
containing a concrete slab with a plugged floor drain is an acceptable secondary containment. It
is anticipated that the worst case spill would involve the overturning of one 55-gallon drum.

2.5.7 Transformers

 Spill Source           Type of        Volume        Flow Direction                    Approx.                        Containment
                        Failure                        (see Section                   Flow Rate                        (see Section
                                                          2.2.4)                                                          2.2.4)
   Reservoir            Reservoir     90 to 473       To ground or                       2 ft/sec                        Concrete
                         failure       gallons           concrete                                                    containment or
                                                      containment                                                          none

Receptors:       In the event of a release of transformer oil, possible pathways to the environment
include:

      •   direct release to ground in locations where secondary containment is not provided

Spills occurring from a specific transformer would most likely occur as a result of reservoir
rupture. Because of the nature of the electrical equipment and interior space constraints, it is
not practical to provide secondary containment in all areas proximate to the transformer
installations. If a leak or drip is identified originating from a transformer, personnel are required
to immediately notify the Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety and follow the
procedures outlined in Section 6.

2.6       Other Emergencies

Emergencies other than those associated with potential spills discussed in Section 2.5, include
fire or release of harmful vapors. Equipment and procedures (such as grounding systems to
avoid static electrical sparks during material transfers) used in storage areas are designed to limit
the potential for ignition of flammable materials. Other hazards such as slipping hazards or
chemical burn hazards are handled through emergency response procedures discussed in Section
6.

Based on the types of facilities covered in this plan plus the lack of ignition sources, the presence
of containment systems, and University provisions for separation of incompatible materials, it is
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SECTION 3.0         BULK STORAGE TANKS AND CONTAINERS

This section presents the material of construction for each bulk storage tank and the containers
used for petroleum product storage at the Alfred University campus.

3.1   Heating Plant

Container: DEC Tank #5
Contents:                   No. 2 fuel oil
Capacity:                   15,000 gallons
Type of Facility:           Underground storage tank (UST)
Material of Construction:   Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) with leak detection
Construction Standard:      UL-58
Secondary Containment:      Double wall tank (UST); double wall piping; leak detection alarm

Container: DEC Tank #6
Contents:                   No. 2 fuel oil
Capacity:                   15,000 gallons
Type of Facility:           Underground storage tank (UST)
Material of Construction:   Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) with leak detection
Construction Standard:      UL-58
Secondary Containment:      Double wall tank (UST); double wall piping; leak detection alarm

The fuel supply system is equipped with multi-tank leak monitoring system (Pneumerator, Model
LDE 740) located inside the pump/monitoring system room as well as an overfill alarm
(Pneumerator LC 1000) located outside of the building.

3.2   Motor Pool Garage

Drum Storage Areas
Contents:                   Virgin motor oil
Capacity:                   Average 2 to 3 drums (55 gallon capacity each)
Type of Facility:           Intermittent drum storage/in-use products
Material of Construction:   Steel and/or plastic 55 gallon drums
Construction Standard:      DOT 17E
Secondary Containment:      Building slab; limited volume drum storage; no floor drains

3.3   College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage

Drum Storage Areas
Contents:                   Virgin motor oil and used motor oil
Capacity:                   Average 3 - 5 drums (55 gallon capacity each)
Type of Facility:           Intermittent drum storage/in-use products
Material of Construction:   Steel and/or plastic 55 gallon drums
Construction Standard:      DOT 17E
Secondary Containment:      Three plastic secondary containment pallets*
                            Building floor drains discharge to oil/water separator

* The petroleum products exterior to the College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop Building are stored
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3.4   Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings

Elevator Reservoirs
Contents:                   Hydraulic fluid
Capacity:                   66 to 126 gallons/each reservoir
Type of Facility:           Above grade (building interior) steel reservoir
Material of Construction:   Steel (rectangular) reservoir with nylon hose distribution piping
Secondary Containment:      Concrete vault, concrete slab, or none; adjacent floor drains and
                            sumps discharge to sanitary sewer; because the recirculation
                            piping systems associated with the elevator hydraulic systems
                            are mechanical process/distribution systems, it is not practical
                            to provide secondary containment in all areas proximate to the
                            elevator installations

3.5   Dining Halls

Building Drum Storage Areas
Contents:                 Used vegetable oil
Capacity:                 Average 2 to 4 drums (55 gallon capacity each)
Type of Facility:         Intermittent drum storage/in-use products
Material of Construction: Steel and/or plastic 55 gallon drums
Construction Standard:    DOT 17E
Secondary Containment:    Powell Campus Center - One roll-top secondary containment
                          structure designed for outside storage
                          Ade Hall - One secondary containment pallet

3.6   Generator Room

Drum Storage Areas
Contents:                   Generator oil
Capacity:                   Average 1 drum (55 gallon capacity)
Type of Facility:           Intermittent drum storage/in-use products
Material of Construction:   Steel and/or plastic 55 gallon drums
Construction Standard:      DOT 17E
Secondary Containment:      Secondary containment pallet

3.7   Transformers

Transformer Reservoirs
Contents:                   Transformer oil
Capacity:                   90 to 473 gallons/each reservoir
Type of Facility:           Above grade steel reservoir
Material of Construction:   Steel (rectangular) reservoir
Secondary Containment:      Concrete containment or none; because of the nature of the
                            electrical equipment and interior space constraints, it is not
                            practical to provide secondary containment in all areas
                            proximate to the transformer installations

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3.8   Removal of Spilled Material from Containment Systems

The removal and disposal of contained liquids from the Heating Plant UST secondary containment
systems is accomplished by a contractor using a waste oil collection vacuum system. Significant
product volume spilled or leaked within the Heating Plant boiler or pump/monitoring rooms
would be bermed by university personnel or contractors (using sorbent booms/pads),
accumulated, and removed by a contractor using a vacuum truck. Product spilled within the
Motor Pool Garage and College of Ceramics Physical Plant - Mechanics Shop/Garage is collected
on a case-by-case basis using sorbent materials and other spill control equipment.

If spilled or leaked material (other than normal drippings typically present) in the secondary
containment system are observed, plant personnel are required to immediately notify the
Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety, and follow the procedures outlined in Section 6.
C&W Environmental will manage the removal and disposal of waste oil and oil-contaminated
materials in accordance with applicable regulations.




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SECTION 4.0            LOADING, UNLOADING, AND TRANSFER

Loading and unloading operations for each of the facilities in this document vary according to the
type and purpose of the facility. This section identifies the loading, unloading, and transfer
equipment and operations, including spill prevention and control operation, used at each facility.

4.1     Heating Plant

Two 15,000-gallon USTs store No. 2 Fuel Oil as an emergency fuel source for boilers located in
the heating plant, which supply heat to the majority of the campus. Since the oil is used only for
emergency situations, a low volume of oil is consumed annually. Therefore, the loading of oil into
the USTs occurs infrequently (it has not been necessary to refill the USTs in the past three years).

4.1.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Fuel is delivered to the USTs by tanker trucks (Griffith Oil is the current supplier of oil). The fill
ports of the USTs are located within subgrade manways into which the tank truck operator
inserts a fill nozzle. The delivery truck nozzles are equipped with an automatic shutoff that
discontinues the flow of fuel when the tanks are full. Mandatory tank filling steps include the
following:

      • It is Alfred University’s policy to have Heating Plant personnel plug/berm nearby floor
        drains, sumps, and catch basins during UST filling operations to prevent the accidental
        discharge of oil.
      • The fuel truck operator positions the unloading tanker as close as possible to the tanks to
        be filled.
      • The fuel truck operator notifies facility personnel of the delivery, and obtains the key to the
        padlocked fill port of the tank from the responsible maintenance person.
      • Following removal of the manway cover and unlocking of the tank fill port, the tank truck
        operator inserts the filler nozzle and starts the tank filling pump. The fuel truck operator
        must remain with the vehicle until the filling sequence is completed and the delivery hose
        is returned to the truck.
      • Following completion of the delivery, the fuel truck operator will re-lock the tank filler pipe,
        replace the fill manway cover, and return the key to the responsible maintenance person.
        A delivery receipt shall be left with the maintenance office upon departure of the delivery
        vehicle from the facility. The fuel truck operator shall notify maintenance immediately of
        any spill, or unusual event such as an equipment problem or unusual odor. Maintenance
        will notify the Coordinator of Environmental Health & Safety and the Physical Plant
        Director to investigate any unusual condition identified.

4.1.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

Fuel oil is dispensed to the Heating Plant boilers through underground double-wall piping to the
Heating Plant. Fuel is drawn through the piping by dedicated pumps located in the
pump/monitoring room of the Heating Plant. Shut-off valves are located proximate to each of the
two pumps and at each boiler specific valve assembly.




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In the event of a spill resulting from breakage/rupture of exposed piping between the
underground piping and boilers, pump breakdown, or valve leakage, maintenance personnel are
directed to:

      • Close the closest applicable valve
      • Place sorbent booms/pads around the spilled product
      • Notify the Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety and the Manager of the facility
        to investigate the cause of the spill

4.1.3 Spill Prevention and Control

      •   Only delivery vehicles equipped with automatic shut-off nozzles will be permitted to make
          deliveries to the USTs.
      •   The delivery truck operator is required to constantly observe unloading procedures so that
          immediate response can be given to spill situations, such as the malfunction of a shut-off
          nozzle.
      •   Both tanks are located (side by side) beneath an asphalt-paved area.
      •   Tank or underground piping failure will be detected immediately by the leak detection
          system, which monitors the interstitial space between the double walls of both the tank
          and piping systems.
      •   The subgrade manways and related skirts are constructed of steel, and are capable of
          temporary secondary containment. Furthermore, it is Alfred University’s policy to
          plug/berm nearby catch basins during oil loading operations to prevent the accidental
          discharge of oil. According to Mr. Jimenez, an asphalt-paved parking lot with a
          plugged/bermed catch basin is an acceptable form of temporary secondary containment.

4.2       Motor Pool Garage

The Motor Pool Garage operates a maintenance building where petroleum products are used and
stored. Typical operations within the maintenance building include the filling, collection,
handling, and dispensing of limited quantities of petroleum oils.

4.2.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Drums of petroleum products delivered to the Motor Pool Garage by delivery vehicle are unloaded
with a forklift for transport into the building for use and temporary storage. An environmental
contractor (SafetyKleen) removes drums of used oil from the building in a similar manner.

4.2.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

To dispense material from a drum, a drum-dispensing valve is placed in one of the drum
openings, and the drum is placed in a vertical position on the concrete floor. The contents of the
drums are drained into smaller containers on an as-needed basis. Empty drums are staged along
the sides of the building interior until removal. Used oils and fluids collected from vehicles and
equipment using floor and elevated drip pans are manually transferred by Motor Pool Garage
personnel to drums with less than 55-gallon capacity.




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4.2.3 Spill Prevention and Control

      •   Drums are lifted using drum dollies or are secured on wood pallets using metal or plastic
          banding prior to lifting of the pallets with forklifts.
      •   No more than two drums are transported at one time.
      •   Pallets and drums are not stacked.
      •   The fork lift/truck operator and the personnel involved in transferring drums from pallets
          to the specific building storage areas are trained on the location of spill control equipment
          and spill response procedures discussed in this Plan.
      •   A spill control kit (booms, pads, etc.) and absorbent materials are used to contain, control,
          and remediate spilled product.

4.3       College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage

The New York State College of Ceramics maintains a mechanics shop and garage. Typical
operations within the Mechanics Shop/Garage building include the filling, collection, handling,
and dispensing of limited quantities of petroleum oils. Consistent with the vehicle maintenance
and machine tooling operations completed within the Mechanics Shop/Garage, a limited volume
of virgin and used motor oil is stored and/or used as part of typical daily operations within the
facility. A fully-enclosed/weather resistant secondary containment pallet (cabinet), located just
outside the rear of the mechanics shop building, is capable of storing up to four 55-gallon drums.
The cabinet is used for additional storage of sealed drums.

4.3.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Drummed petroleum products are delivered to the Mechanics Shop/Garage by trailer or enclosed
van, unloaded with a forklift and transported into the building to specific storage locations. An
environmental contractor (SafetyKleen) removes used oil drums from the building in a similar
manner.

It is the policy of Alfred University that only sealed drums be transferred across the lawn area to
the exterior storage cabinet. Before the drums are transferred to the cabinet via drum cart,
employees first walk the rollway to look for objects that could impede the drum cart.

4.3.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

To dispense material from a drum, a drum-dispensing valve is placed in one of the drum
openings, and the drum is placed in a vertical position on the secondary containment pallet. The
contents of the drums are drained into smaller containers on an as-needed basis. Empty drums
are staged along the sides of the building interior for return to the oil supply vendor or disposal.
Used oils are collected from vehicles and equipment using floor and elevated drip pans to
minimize oil/fluid spillage. An environmental contractor (SafetyKleen) removes drums of used oil
from the building.

4.3.3 Spill Prevention and Control

      •   Drums are lifted using drum dollies or are secured on wood pallets using metal or plastic
          banding prior to lifting of the pallets with forklifts.
      •   Before the drums are transferred to the cabinet, employees first walk the rollway to look
          for objects that could impede the drum cart.

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      •   No more than two drums are transported at one time.
      •   Pallets and drums are never stacked.
      •   The fork lift/truck operator and the personnel involved in transferring drums from pallets
          to the specific building storage areas are trained on the location of spill control equipment
          and spill response procedures discussed in this Plan.
      •   Minor or excess product spillage can be contained, controlled, and remediated along the
          floor area using absorbent materials.

4.4       Elevator Hydraulic Reservoirs in Campus Buildings

Hydraulic fluid used within the elevator hydraulic systems provides the means to advance the
elevator cab. Each elevator hydraulic system includes a hydraulic fluid reservoir, with a capacity
of 66 to 126 gallons, a hydraulic piston, hydraulic pump, and hydraulic hoses. The volume of
hydraulic fluid within the reservoir fluctuates as the elevator is advanced up or down.

4.4.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

When necessary, supplemental hydraulic fluid is transferred into the hydraulic fluid reservoirs by
maintenance staff in small volume (5-gallon) containers. Therefore, this section is not applicable.

4.4.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

Hydraulic fluid is added to the reservoir by removal of the top-lid of the reservoir, and manually
pouring the necessary volume of fluid into the reservoir from a standing or low-level ladder
position. Only designated facility personnel familiar with the elevator systems complete elevator
hydraulic system maintenance efforts.

4.4.3 Spill Prevention and Control

Spills occurring from or at a specific elevator system would most likely occur as a result of
incidental or accidental spillage caused during hydraulic fluid re-filling. With any manual
activity, there is the potential for puncture of the reservoirs or dropping of containers that could
result in spillage or leaks. It is anticipated that a spill at a specific elevator system could range
from 5 gallons (one re-fill fluid container) to 126 gallons (reservoir or piping/hose rupture).
Because the recirculation piping systems associated with the elevator hydraulic systems are
mechanical process/distribution systems, it is not practical to provide secondary containment in
all areas proximate to the elevator installations.

If a leak or drip is identified within one of the elevator systems:

      •   The recirculation pump and elevator sump pump would be shut down
      •   The leak would be repaired.
      •   Spilled fluid product would then be remediated using absorbent materials and other spill
          control equipment.
      •   Personnel are required to immediately notify the Coordinator of Environmental Health and
          Safety and follow the procedures outlined in Section 6.
      •   It is Alfred University’s policy to plug/berm nearby floor drains/sumps during oil transfer
          operations to prevent the accidental discharge of oil. According to Mr. Jimenez, a concrete
          slab with a plugged/bermed catch basin is an acceptable form of temporary secondary
          containment.
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4.5       Dining Halls

The Ade Hall and Powell Campus Center kitchens use vegetable oil for cooking purposes. Typical
operations within the dining halls include the handling and disposal of limited quantities of
vegetable oils.

4.5.1     Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Virgin vegetable oil is stored in containers with a volume of less than 55-gallons. A food service
contractor (Southern Tier Hide and Tallow, Inc) removes drums of used oil utilizing a truck lift or
forklift.

4.5.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

Kitchen personnel transfer limited quantities (less than 5 gallons) of used oil to the drum on a
regular basis. The used oil is dumped/scraped into the drum, and temporarily stored until
removal.

4.5.3 Spill Prevention and Control

      •   Drums are lifted using drum dollies or are secured on wood pallets using metal or plastic
          banding prior to lifting of the pallets with forklifts.
      •   No more than two drums are transported at one time.
      •   Pallets and drums are not stacked.
      •   The fork lift/truck operator and the personnel involved in transferring drums are trained
          on the location of spill control equipment and spill response procedures discussed in this
          Plan.
      •   Absorbent materials are used to contain, control, and remediate spilled product.
      •   It is Alfred University’s policy to plug/berm nearby catch basins during oil drum removal
          operations to prevent the accidental discharge of oil. According to Mr. Jimenez, an
          asphalt-paved parking lot with a plugged/bermed catch basin is an acceptable form of
          temporary secondary containment.

4.6       Generator Room

The University operates an electrical generator room in McLane Hall where petroleum products
are used and stored. Typical operations within the generator room include the filling, collection,
handling, and dispensing of limited quantities of petroleum oils.

4.6.1 Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Drums of petroleum products delivered to the generator room by delivery vehicle are unloaded
with a forklift for transport into the building for use and temporary storage. An environmental
contractor (SafetyKleen) removes drums of used oil from the building in a similar manner.

4.6.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

To dispense material from a drum, a drum-dispensing valve is placed in one of the drum
openings, and the drum is placed in a vertical position on the secondary containment pallet. The
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contents of the drums are drained into smaller containers on an as-needed basis. Used oils
collected from the equipment are transferred to drums/containers with less than 55-gallon
capacity.

4.6.3 Spill Prevention and Control

      •   Drums are lifted using drum dollies or are secured on wood pallets using metal or plastic
          banding prior to lifting of the pallets with forklifts.
      •   No more than two drums are transported at one time.
      •   Pallets and drums are not stacked.
      •   The fork lift/truck operator and the personnel involved in transferring drums from pallets
          to the specific building storage areas are trained on the location of spill control equipment
          and spill response procedures discussed in this Plan.
      •   Absorbent materials are used to contain, control, and remediate spilled product.
      •   It is Alfred University’s policy to plug floor drains during oil handling operations to prevent
          accidental discharge of oil. According to Mr. Jimenez, a room containing a concrete slab
          with a plugged floor drain is an acceptable secondary containment.

4.7       Transformers

Oil within the electrical transformer reservoir (ranging from 90 to 473 gallons) provides the means
for equipment cooling.

4.7.1     Oil Supply and Removal Procedures

Oil is not added to or removed from the transformers. Therefore, this section is not applicable.

4.7.2 Oil Dispensing/Collection

Oil is not dispensed or collected from the transformers. Therefore, this section is not applicable.

4.7.3 Spill Prevention and Control

Spills occurring from a specific transformer would most likely occur as a result of reservoir
rupture. Because of the nature of the electrical equipment and interior space constraints, it is
not practical to provide secondary containment in all areas proximate to the transformer
installations. If a leak or drip is identified originating from a transformer, personnel are required
to immediately notify the Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety and follow the
procedures outlined in Section 6.




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SECTION 5.0          INSPECTIONS, RECORDS, SECURITY, AND TRAINING

The purpose of this section is to provide general information on inspections, record keeping,
security, and personnel training associated with the petroleum storage facilities at the Alfred
University campus. The records required by the applicable regulations are included in this
document. This document also serves as the basis for response training associated with the
petroleum storage facilities at the Alfred University campus.

5.1    Inspections and Records

Except for the McLane Hall generator room, each of the facilities covered in this Plan are used on
a daily basis. Monthly inspections are conducted in accordance with 40 CFR Parts 112.8(c) and
(d) and 6NYCRR Part 613 and are recorded on the applicable Monthly Inspection Sheets
presented in Appendix D. The purpose of the inspection is to verify that no leaks or spills have
occurred, that all equipment locks and security measures are in place, and that the equipment is
in a non-deteriorated and functional condition. Records of inspection are signed by the inspector
and/or Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety, and kept under usual and customary
business practices for a period of ten years (6NYCRR Part 613). Since the elevator systems and
transformers are mechanical process/electrical systems, they are not subject to the inspection
requirements of 40 CFR Part 112.

In lieu of integrity testing of 55-gallon drums, Alfred University will adopt the written drum
retirement schedule presented on the Monthly Drum Inspection Sheet, namely that drums will be
discarded after a service life of 2 years, or if the structural integrity has been compromised (dents,
corrosion, etc.), whichever comes first.

5.2    Security

Except for the USTs and used vegetable oil drums, all oil storage facilities at the Alfred University
campus are located within secure building areas or secure areas adjacent to the respective facility
buildings. Although the UST fill port access locations are not locked, they are covered by 200-
pound manholes that provide an adequate level of security. The secondary containment
structure for the vegetable oil drums stored in the vicinity of Powell Campus Center provide a
measure of security against vandalism. Both oil storage locations at Ade Hall and Powell Campus
Center are in view of employees and the public during the day, and are adequately lighted at
night to prevent vandalism and assist with the identification of discharges. Public safety
personnel patrol the campus. For the specific indoor oil use/storage facilities, the building
security system provides limited access. Lighting at all facilities is adequate to allow safe
operation of the facilities during all periods of campus operation.

5.3    Personnel Training

This SPCC Plan provides the basis for training of personnel who will be actively involved with
handling, dispensing, and management of oil products at the Alfred University campus. A
training session, which is designed to familiarize oil-handling personnel with the contents and
procedures of this Plan and regulatory requirements applicable to the covered facilities. A
training session is held for new oil-handling personnel within six months of hiring. This training
session includes:


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      •   Operation and maintenance of equipment to prevent discharges
      •   Oil discharge procedure protocols (including spill notification procedures, effective
          placement of spill control materials, the location and protection of drainage structures,
          etc.)
      •   Applicable pollution control laws, rules, and regulations
      •   General facility operations
      •   A review of the contents of this SPCC Plan

As a best management practice, Alfred University further trains select personnel in the following
areas:

      •   Materials hazards
      •   Use of fire extinguishers
      •   Personal protective equipment
      •   Inspection and monitoring procedures and records
      •   Proper operation of loading and unloading facilities

A total of four Alfred University personnel are Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency
Response (HAZWOPER, 29CFR 1910.120) trained, while another 14 personnel are trained
emergency responders.

In accordance with 40 CFR 112.7(f)3, Alfred University will schedule and conduct annual
discharge prevention briefings with oil-handling personnel. At a minimum, the briefings will
highlight and describe known discharges and failures, malfunctioning components, and any
recently developed precautionary measures.

Although not required by the SPCC regulations, Alfred University will keep signed attendance
sheets for oil-handling personnel training and annual discharge prevention briefings in
Appendices E and F of this report, respectively, for a minimum period of three years.

5.4       Facility SPCC Plan Distribution

This Plan will be maintained at the Alfred University Environmental Health and Safety Office. In
addition, copies of this plan will be distributed to the:

•     Alfred University Safety, Security, and Telecommunications Office
•     Ade Hall kitchen
•     Powell Campus Center kitchen
•     Heating Plant
•     Motor Pool Garage
•     College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage
•     McLane Generator Room
•     Emergency Response Room
•     Alfred Police Department
•     Alfred Fire Department
•     NYSDEC - Region 9
•     USEPA - Region 2

5.5       SPCC Plan Amendments
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5.5.1 By Regional Administrator

If the facility discharges more than 1,000 gallons of oil in a single discharge, or more than 42
gallons in each of two discharges within a twelve month period, the following must be submitted
to the USEPA Regional Administrator and NYSDEC within 60 days from the time of the discharge:

•   Name of facility
•   Name of facility contact
•   Location of the facility
•   Maximum storage or handling capacity of the facility and normal daily throughput
•   Corrective action and countermeasures you have taken, including a description of equipment
    repairs and replacements
•   An adequate description of the facility, including maps, flow diagrams, and topographical
    maps, as necessary
•   The cause of such discharge(s), including a failure analysis of the system or subsystem in
    which the failure occurred
•   Additional preventative measures taken or contemplated to minimize the possibility of
    recurrence
•   Such other information as the Regional Administrator may reasonably require pertinent to the
    Plan or discharge

The Regional Administrator may subsequently require amendment of the Plan. Upon such notice,
Alfred University has 30 days to amend the Plan or appeal the decision to the EPA Administrator.
Any amendments to the Plan shall be fully implemented as soon as possible, but not later than
six months after following preparation of the amendment.

5.5.2 By Owner/Operator

Amendments to the SPCC Plan are required whenever there is a change in the facility design,
construction, operation, or maintenance that materially affects the facility’s potential for the
discharge of oil. Such changes shall be fully implemented as soon as possible, but not later than
six months after following preparation of the amendment. At a minimum, the SPCC Plan shall be
reviewed and amended at least once every five years. A Professional Engineer must certify any
technical amendment to the Plan.




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SECTION 6.0           SPILL RESPONSE CONTACTS AND PROCEDURES

As presented in Appendix C-II to 40 CFR Part 112 (Appendix G to this report), Alfred University is
not required to submit a Facility Response Plan. However, in accordance with 40 CFR Part
112.7.a.4, spill response contacts and procedures are presented in this section of the Plan.

6.1    Initial Response

                       IF YOU OBSERVE OR SUSPECT AN OIL SPILL
                   IMMEDIATELY CALL THE EMERGENCY COORDINATOR


Personnel                                 Work Phone                   Home Address and Phone

Primary Emergency Coordinator          (607) 871-2190                  88 East Main St.
Ms. Cherise Haase                                                      Hornell, NY 14843
Coordinator, Environmental Health and Safety                           [315) 408-7421 (cell)

Alternate Facility Contact                (607) 871-2154               56 East Greenwood Street
Mr. Dave Peckham                                                       Andover, NY 14806
Assistant Director, Physical Plant                                     (607) 478-8379

Report the Following:

       1.     Name and telephone number of the spill reporter
       2.     Exact location of the spill
       3.     Date and time of the discharge
       4.     Damages or injuries
       5.     Immediate hazard or necessary evacuation (potential for fire, noxious vapors, etc.)
       6.     Type of material spilled
       7.     Source of the spill
       8.     Cause of the spill
       9.     Estimate of the amount/volume of material spilled and whether spill has ceased or
              is continuing
       10.    Description of the media affected by the spill, and drainage structures affected
              (storm sewers, drainage ditches, manholes, etc.)
       11.    Action taken to stop, remove, or mitigate the spill
       12.    Personnel currently at the scene
       13.    Anticipated personnel or equipment requirements
       14.    Names of other individuals or organizations that have been or will be contacted

6.2    Responsibilities of Emergency Coordinator

The Coordinator of Environmental Health and Safety will assume the role of Emergency
Coordinator. The Emergency Coordinator will:

       1.     Assess possible hazards to human health/safety or the environment that may
              result from the release or fire

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      2.     Determine the need to initiate campus or building wide evacuation plan

      3.     Determine the need for external assistance (fire department, spill recovery
             contractors, emergency medical assistance, etc.) and make appropriate
             communications with:

                    Campus Infirmary                            (607) 871-2400
                    Village Police Department                   (607) 871-8877 or 9-911
                    Village Fire Department                     9-911
                    Alfred Ambulance                            9-911
                    C&W Environmental                           (716) 597-0001
                    NYSDEC Spill Hotline                        (800) 457-7362
                    National Response Center                    (800) 424-8802
                    USEPA Region 2                              (212) 637-3000
                    Alternate contacts listed in Section 6.3, below

             Prior arrangements with the above agencies have been made to familiarize potential
             emergency response personnel of the hazardous materials at Alfred University,
             including the facilities covered in this plan.

             Information on reportable quantities of non-oil related materials such as coolants,
             etc. may be available from the RCRA/CERCLA Hotline at (800) 424-9346.

      4.     Stop process of operations impacted by the spill or fire

      5.     Assemble the personnel required to provide immediate containment of the spill or
             leak.

      6.     Initiate and coordinate activities to recover spilled materials when safe to do so. If
             the nature of the spill is determined by the Emergency Coordinator to be beyond
             the expertise of facility personnel, professional spill remediation contractors will be
             employed. Currently used contractors include C & W Environmental and the local
             HazMat Team.

      7.     Verify separation between incompatible wastes during and after clean up.

      8.     Replace used or damaged emergency response equipment and supplies.

      9.     Complete a Spill Data Sheet (Appendix H) for the spill event.

6.3   Alternate/Supplemental Contact List

Personnel                          Work Phone            Home Address and Phone
Campus Security                    (607) 871-2108        Not Applicable

Mr. David Tuttle                   (607) 871-2157        7416 North Branch Road
Heating Plant Supervisor                  or             Friendship, NY 14739
                                   (607) 871-2154        (716) 973-7440

Mr. George Benson                  (607) 871-2805        RD#1 Whitney Valley Road
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Motor Pool Supervisor                      or             Almond, NY 14804
                                    (607) 871-2154        (607) 276-6384

Mr. Jeff Johnson                 (607) 871-2460           161 Maple Street
Coll. of Ceramics Mechanics Shop                          Hornell, NY 14843
                                                          (607) 324-7431

6.4    Spill Control Steps

Spill control steps will be implemented in order to stop the flow of product that resulted in the
spill, contain the materials spilled, and initiate remedial actions to recover or clean up spilled
materials. These actions may include:

       1.     Activate communication systems to notify appropriate facility personnel
       2.     Place absorbent booms or other absorbent material to contain the spill
       3.     Coordinate with off-site spill recovery contractor. C&W Environmental will manage
              the removal and disposal of waste oil and oil-contaminated materials in accordance
              with applicable regulations.
       4.     Excavate contaminated soil, or other pertinent steps

The Emergency Coordinator will identify the specific steps required on a case-by-case basis. The
purpose of these activities will be to contain materials spilled, prevent additional spills, and
minimize the impact or the effects of the spill on personnel, the environment, and the facility.

The following spill control equipment is available within the Heating Plant, Motor Pool Garage,
College of Ceramics Mechanics Shop/Garage, Powell Campus Center, Ade Hall, McLane
Generator Room, and the Emergency Response Room at the Alfred University campus:

       1.     Protective clothing, including; chemical resistant gloves, chemical resistant boots,
              full-face shields, chemical resistant aprons.
       2.     Containment Equipment, including; bulk absorbent material, oil absorbent
              pads/booms, clean 55-gallon drums, fire extinguishers.

6.5    Spill Logs

Information pertaining to spill events will be recorded on Spill Data Sheets presented in Appendix
H of this Plan. A person designated by the Emergency Coordinator will record the appropriate
information. The Emergency Coordinator will acknowledge the accuracy of the information in the
Spill Data Sheet, and the Emergency Coordinator will sign the Spill Data Sheet. It will be the
responsibility of the person assigned to prepare the petroleum Spill Data Sheet to obtain the
signature of the Emergency Coordinator at the completion of the spill recovery activities.




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             FIGURES
Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




           APPENDIX A

     40 CFR 112 REGULATIONS
Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




           APPENDIX B

  6 NYCRR 611-614 REGULATIONS
     Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




                APPENDIX C

PETROLEUM BULK STORAGE REGISTRATION FORM
Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




           APPENDIX D

  MONTHLY INSPECTION SHEETS
         Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




                    APPENDIX E

OIL-HANDLING PERSONNEL TRAINING ATTENDANCE SHEETS
      Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




                 APPENDIX F

ANNUAL DISCHARGE BRIEFING ATTENDANCE SHEETS
    Alfred University Spill Data Sheet




               APPENDIX G

CERTIFICATION OF THE APPLICABILITY OF THE
       SUBSTANTIAL HARM CRITERIA
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           APPENDIX H

       SPILL DATA SHEETS
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Date/Time: _________________

Name of Person Identifying/Observing Spill:     ______________________________________________

Location, Source, and Cause of Spill: _____________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Type and Amount/Volume of Material Spilled:            _________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________

Area Impacted and Spill Migration Potential: _______________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

      Immediate Hazard (Potential for Fire, etc.)     ____ Yes      ____ No
      Damages or Injuries                             ____ Yes      ____ No

If yes, explain:     __________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Spill Response Measures Implemented (Stop, Remove, Mitigate Spill)         ___________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Personnel Currently at Scene      _____________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Personnel Contacted:
      Primary Emergency Coordinator   (607-871-2190)
                                      (315-408-7421]cell            ___________________________
      Alternate Emergency Coordinator (607-871-2108)                ___________________________
      Campus Security                 (607-871-2108)                ___________________________
      Facility Specific Manager:                                    ___________________________
      Campus Infirmary:               (607-871-2400)                ___________________________
      Village Police Department       (607-587-8877)                ___________________________
      Village Fire Department         (9, 911)                      ___________________________
      Village Ambulance:              (9, 911)                      ___________________________
      NYSDEC Spill Hotline:           (800-457-7362)                ___________________________
      National Response Center:       (800-424-8802)                ___________________________
      USEPA Region 2:                 (212-637-3000)                ___________________________

Estimate of Subsequent Remedial Response Measures/Equipment Required: _______________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Important Notes:

				
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