EPA Service Station: Aboveground Storage Tanks Good Practices and Compliance
A common method for storing fuels at service stations is the use of aboveground storage tanks (ASTs).
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Any AST holding petroleum products or used oil may be regulated under the Clean Water Act because releases can contaminate surface waters. Single tanks with an aboveground storage capacity of more than 1,320 gallons or combined aggregate storage in containers of 55 gallons or greater totaling more than 1,320 gallons are subject to the federal Oil Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) regulations. The EPA Service Station: Aboveground Storage Tanks Good Practices and Compliance mobile app provides guidance for owners and operators of gas stations on how to protect the environment, comply with federal environmental regulations, and save money by preventing the need for costly cleanups and payment of legal penalties. This app includes brief introduction, suggests good management practices and provides a checklist for compliance. GoCanvas has 3 possible formats for the date in your PDF Header
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