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Incident Management Division Division Chief: LCDR Lance Lindgren 206-217-6066 [email protected] Spill Reports for FY13 Q1: 1 October 2012 – 31 December 2012. 163 Spills Reported 172 Gallons Discharged. Number of Spills Reported By Material Type.

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Incident Management DivisionDivision Chief: LCDR Lance Lindgren [email protected] Spill Reports for FY13 Q1: 1 October 2012 – 31 December 2012

163 Spills Reported

172 Gallons Discharged


Number of spills reported by material type
Number of Spills ReportedBy Material Type



Sector puget sound significant cases

Sector Puget SoundSignificant Cases

UNITOR CHEMICALS

HMS 2000

WN 7536 RS


Unitor chemicals
UNITOR CHEMICALS

  • What happened:

    • Barrel of Air Cooler Cleaner washed up on Wa’atch Beach near Makah Bay

    • Unitor Chemicals was informed of the issue and hired NRCES to remove the barrel from the beach

  • Significance:

    • No observed discharge

    • NRCES reported that the barrel was empty once they removed it.

    • Prompted discussion of ownership among responders


Wn 7536 rs
WN 7536 RS

  • What happened:

    • O/O called to report hard aground

      • Could not afford clean up

        • OSLTF opened to remove fuel

  • Significance:

    • FOSCR deemed vsl imminent threat and it was removed from position on jetty and moored in Kingston Marina

    • Ballard Diving continued to pump out the vessel while moored until DNR removed it


Hms 2000
HMS 2000

  • What happened:

    • Tank overflowed during

      regulated transfer. Multi

      agency response

    • Total waterway impact was

      about 2 barrels, all of which

      remained inside the secondary containment

  • Significance:

    • Initial NRC report mentioned 20 barrel waterway impact, so news coverage was higher

    • RRT consulted to determine

      cleaning process for

      polluted pier



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