Spill Control Association of America (SCAA)

The Spill Control Association of America (SCAA) was organized in 1973 to actively promote the interests of all groups within the spill response community. Our organization represents spill response contractors, manufacturers, distributors, consultants, instructors, government & training institutions and corporations working in the industry. Our membership spans the entire United States, and routinely supports industry clients and state & federal governmental agencies. SCAA promotes a healthy and vibrant all-hazards response posture from the sharing of best management practices in health & safety programs, workforce development initiatives and by taking a proactive advocacy role with governmental entities.

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Association Updates

SCAA Members Visit EPA Headquarters on April 18th. Several SCAA members attended a meeting at the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) headquarters in Washington, D.C. to discuss oil spill dispersants and the recently updated Subpart J rule. Continue reading here.

SCAA Participates in American Petroleum Institute’s Spill Advisory Group (API-SAG) in Washington, D.C. on April 17th. SCAA President Angie Martin, and SCAA Executive Director Brian House participated in the American Petroleum Institute’s – Spill Advisory Group (API-SAG) meeting, held at API headquarters in Washington, D.C. Continue reading here.

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SCAA at IOSC: May 13-16 in New Orleans, LA 

Thank you HEPACO, Inc. for sponsoring the SCAA booth at IOSC and thank you to the following members who donated their time to advance SCAA's mission to be the Voice of Spill Response Professionals.

  • Robert Chambers
  • Brian House
  • John Mahoney
  • Lawrence Malizzi
  • Angie Martin
  • Christopher Tracy
  • Charlie Usher
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