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California Underground Storage Tanks: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Underground storage tanks (USTs): 23 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 2610 to 2728

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Applicability: 23 CCR 2611

Permits: 23 CCR 2710 to 2712

Delivery prohibition: 23 CCR 2717 to 2717.7

Secondary containment: 23 CCR 2631 and 23 CCR 2637

Biodiesel blends: 23 CCR 2631.2

Monitoring: 23 CCR 2632 to 2649

Annual Certification: 23 CCR 2638

Inspection: California Health and Safety Code (CH & SC) 25288

Training: 23 CCR 2611 and 23 CCR 2715

Licensing: 23 CCR 2730 to 2802

Release reporting: 23 CCR 2650 to 2655

Corrective action: 23 CCR 2811.4

Closure: 23 CCR 2670 to 2672

Financial responsibility: 23 CCR 2805 to 2809.2

Penalties: CH & SC 25299.70 to 25299.79

Petroleum Cleanup Fund: CH & SC 25299.50 and 23 CCR 2803 to 2814.3

Fees: CH & SC 25299.41

Eligibility: 23 CCR 2810.1

Commingled plume: CH & SC 25299.93

Reimbursement: CH & SC 25299.57

Application: 23 CCR 2811.2

Documentation: CH & SC 25299.77

Allowable costs: CH & SC 25299.55(c) and CH & SC 25299.57(b)

Claim assistance, approval, and payment: CH & SC 25299.52

Corrective action: 23 CCR 2811.4

Grant and loan program: CH & SC 25299.100 et seq. and regulations at 23 CCR 3420 to 3428

Regulatory Agencies

California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA) State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Division of Clean Water Programs

California State Fire Marshal

Local Fire Marshal

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. California's underground storage tank (UST) program was established in 1983 before the federal rules took effect in late 1988. California's UST program has not been approved by the U.S. ...


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