CBR – Links

Here are some great links.

newhighlight3The 2016 US DOT Emergency Response Guidebook

Click to download the NEW 2016 Emergency Response Guidebook (latest version, June 2016)

Loaded with emergency information, this PDF document shows the diamond-shaped placards that identify contents of tank cars.

High Hazardous Flammable train placards to watch for:  Crude oil carries the number 1267 on the placard, and ethanol can be 1203, 3475, 1987 or 1170, depending whether it is mixed with gasoline and it’s purity.

Crude oil:

Placard 1267 Crude Oil

Crude oil placard – 1267

Ethanol:

Placards 1203, 3475, 1987, 1170 - Ethanol

Placards 1203, 3475, 1987, 1170 – Ethanol

Placard 1203 – Basically gasoline, a blended fuel with up to 10% ethanol.
Placard 3475 – blended fuel with 11% to 94% ethanol.
Placard 1987 – Denatured fuel ethanol, 95% to 99% ethanol .
Placard 1170 – Neat ethanol, 100%.


Links about Benicia’s Valero Crude By Rail


NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council)

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