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Central Puget Sound Geographic Response Plan (GRP) (Historical)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
94-205July 1993December 2000
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Author(s) Dale Davis
Description Geographic Response Plans (GRPs) are used during the emergent phase of a spill which lasts from the time a spill occurs until the Unified Command is operating and/or the spill has been contained and cleaned up. Generally this lasts no more than 24 hours. The GRPs constitute the federal on-scene coordinators’ and state on-scene coordinators "orders" during the emergent phase of the spill. The GRP includes maps and narrative for the specified area.
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Keywords response plan, response, Commencement Bay, plan, spill, orchard, Puget Sound, oil spill

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