SEAPRO is the Oil Spill Response Organization for Southeast Alaska, ranging from Dixon Entrance, which borders our Canadian neighbors to the south and continues north to south-central Alaska west of Yakutat. This area of Alaska contains some of the largest and most remote coastline in the United States. SEAPRO compensates for this limitation by strategically placing equipment throughout the region.
SEAPRO was established as a cooperative in 1990 as a result of passage of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. In 1992, SEAPRO was incorporated and established private, non-profit status.