Connecticut Laws - Title 25 Water Resources. Flood And Erosion Control
Secs. 25-102n to 25-102s.


Sec. 25-102t. Oil spill containment and removal within lower Connecticut River area. (566)(1-click HTML)

(a) As used in this section, "oil" means floating oil of any kind or in any form including but not limited to fuel oil, sludge, oil refuse and oil mixed with other matter; "lower Connecticut River" means the river and lands downstream of Middletown and East Hampton to Long Island Sound; "adjacent shoreline" means the land between, and including, the towns of Guilford and Waterford, and the waters of Long Island Sound extending outwards from these towns to the demarcation line between Connecticut and New York. (567)

(b) The Commissioner of Environmental Protection shall (1) provide and maintain necessary equipment and train adequate emergency response personnel for the purpose of oil spill containment and removal within the lower Connecticut River and adjacent shoreline area; and (2) assist in and coordinate the development of oil spill containment and removal contingency plans for the towns located within the lower Connecticut River and adjacent shoreline area. (568)

Sec. 25-102u to 25-102z. (569)(1-click HTML)

Reserved for future use. (570)


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