Underground Storage Tanks (USTs)
The regulation of Underground Storage Tank (UST) was created in 1985 to regulate the installation and operation of underground petroleum/chemical storage tanks (does not include propane tanks). The goal of the Program is to protect human health and the environment by preventing releases of liquid petroleum and hazardous substances from storage tank systems. The release of these regulated products into the environment threatens groundwater resources and can cause explosive vapors to seep into confined spaces and occupied dwellings.
Underground Storage Tank (UST) Rules (Effective 10/26/2020)
TESTING OF SUMPS, SPILL CONTAINMENT & OVERFILL PREVENTION DEVICES MUST PERFORMED BY 9/1/2020
Please review the article on testing these componenets from the 2019 Spring issue of UST Talk.
2020 Underground Storage Tank Inspection List for Permitted Tanks
Due to the Conronavirus, underground storage tank compliance inspections, which had been scheduled to start in late March, have been postponed.
If a facility is due for a 3-year UST compliance inspection, the inspection will be postponed until our operations are back to normal.