Or could it be that the EPA is trying to exempt dairy farmers from these regulations as long as they meet certain requirements? Apparently the National Milk Producers Federation approves.http://www.nasda.org/cms/7197/9060/17903/17930.aspxhttp://www.nmpf.org/latest-news/press-releases/jun-2010/epa-to-delay-deadline-for-spill-control-regulation-of-bulk-milk-
Thanks for the links. So, apparently butterfat counts as oil, not milk. Good to know. And if you have a high volume of it you have to pay someone to certify that you won't have a milk fat spill. If you have a low volume you can self-certify. I'd be curious to know how many butterfat oil spills we've had in this country.
I just answered my own question by reading the comments in the link I gave. There have been whey spills that caused damage.
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