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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER J—SUPERFUND, EMERGENCY PLANNING, AND COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW PROGRAMS

PART 300—NATIONAL OIL AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PLAN

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§300.1
Purpose and objectives.
§300.2
Authority and applicability.
§300.3
Scope.
§300.4
Abbreviations.
§300.5
Definitions.
§300.6
Use of number and gender.
§300.7
Computation of time.
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Subpart B—RESPONSIBILITY AND ORGANIZATION FOR RESPONSE

§300.100
Duties of President delegated to federal agencies.
§300.105
General organization concepts.
§300.110
National Response Team.
§300.115
Regional Response Teams.
§300.120
On-scene coordinators and remedial project managers: general responsibilities.
§300.125
Notification and communications.
§300.130
Determinations to initiate response and special conditions.
§300.135
Response operations.
§300.140
Multi-regional responses.
§300.145
Special teams and other assistance available to OSCs/RPMs.
§300.150
Worker health and safety.
§300.155
Public information and community relations.
§300.160
Documentation and cost recovery.
§300.165
OSC reports.
§300.170
Federal agency participation.
§300.175
Federal agencies: additional responsibilities and assistance.
§300.180
State and local participation in response.
§300.185
Nongovernmental participation.
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Subpart C—PLANNING AND PREPAREDNESS

§300.200
General.
§300.205
Planning and coordination structure.
§300.210
Federal contingency plans.
§300.211
OPA facility and vessel response plans.
§300.212
Area response drills.
§300.215
Title III local emergency response plans.
§300.220
Related Title III issues.
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Subpart D—OPERATIONAL RESPONSE PHASES FOR OIL REMOVAL

§300.300
Phase I—Discovery or notification.
§300.305
Phase II—Preliminary assessment and initiation of action.
§300.310
Phase III—Containment, countermeasures, cleanup, and disposal.
§300.315
Phase IV—Documentation and cost recovery.
§300.317
National response priorities.
§300.320
General pattern of response.
§300.322
Response to substantial threats to public health or welfare of the United States.
§300.323
Spills of national significance.
§300.324
Response to worst case discharges.
§300.335
Funding.
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Subpart E—HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESPONSE

§300.400
General.
§300.405
Discovery or notification.
§300.410
Removal site evaluation.
§300.415
Removal action.
§300.420
Remedial site evaluation.
§300.425
Establishing remedial priorities.
§300.430
Remedial investigation/feasibility study and selection of remedy.
§300.435
Remedial design/remedial action, operation and maintenance.
§300.440
Procedures for planning and implementing off-site response actions.
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Subpart F—STATE INVOLVEMENT IN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESPONSE

§300.500
General.
§300.505
EPA/State Superfund Memorandum of Agreement (SMOA).
§300.510
State assurances.
§300.515
Requirements for state involvement in remedial and enforcement response.
§300.520
State involvement in EPA-lead enforcement negotiations.
§300.525
State involvement in removal actions.
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Subpart G—TRUSTEES FOR NATURAL RESOURCES

§300.600
Designation of federal trustees.
§300.605
State trustees.
§300.610
Indian tribes.
§300.612
Foreign trustees.
§300.615
Responsibilities of trustees.
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Subpart H—PARTICIPATION BY OTHER PERSONS

§300.700
Activities by other persons.
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Subpart I—ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD FOR SELECTION OF RESPONSE ACTION

§300.800
Establishment of an administrative record.
§300.805
Location of the administrative record file.
§300.810
Contents of the administrative record file.
§300.815
Administrative record file for a remedial action.
§300.820
Administrative record file for a removal action.
§300.825
Record requirements after the decision document is signed.
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Subpart J—USE OF DISPERSANTS AND OTHER CHEMICALS

§300.900
General.
§300.905
NCP Product Schedule.
§300.910
Authorization of use.
§300.915
Data requirements.
§300.920
Addition of products to Schedule.
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Subpart K—FEDERAL FACILITIES [RESERVED]

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Subpart L—NATIONAL OIL AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES POLLUTION CONTINGENCY PLAN; INVOLUNTARY ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY BY THE GOVERNMENT

§300.1105
Involuntary acquisition of property by the government.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 300—The Hazard Ranking System
Appendix
Appendix B to Part 300—National Priorities List
Appendix
Appendix C to Part 300—Swirling Flask Dispersant Effectiveness Test, Revised Standard Dispersant Toxicity Test, and Bioremediation Agent Effectiveness Test
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Appendix D to Part 300—Appropriate Actions and Methods of Remedying Releases
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Appendix E to Part 300—Oil Spill Response


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