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Focus on Geographic Response Plans

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
14-08-012September 2014November 2022
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Author(s) David Prater
Description Geographic Response Plans (GRPs) are part of the hierarchy of plans that guide responses to oil spills in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Each GRP is written for a specific area (for example a river, a lake, or section of Puget Sound), and includes tactical response strategies tailored to a particular shore or waterway at risk of injury from oil.
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Keywords oil spill response plan, oil spill