EPA Service Station: Used Oil Good Practices and Compliance Mobile App
If your facility changes oil on vehicles or accepts used oil from your community, you must follow the federal standards for the management of used oil.
How does it work?
These standards require your shop to comply with basic storage requirements. Used oil should be stored only in containers and tanks that are in good condition (free of any visible leaks, structural damage, or deterioration). Containers, aboveground tanks, and fill pipes that transfer used oil into underground storage tanks all need to be clearly marked with the words “USED OIL” to prevent mixing of used oil with other materials. The EPA Service Station: Used Oil 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 allows you to make copies of your app without having to make a template first.