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Michigan Underground Storage Tanks: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Underground Storage Tanks (USTs): Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act 451 of 1994 (NREPA), Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) 324.21101 to 324.21113 and Michigan UST regulations (MUSTR) at Michigan Administrative Code (MAC) r. 29.2101 to 29.2174

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Storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids: MAC r. 29.5601 to 29.5917

Applicability: MAC r. 29.2103

Hazardous substance USTs: MAC r. 29.2123

Heating oil tanks: MAC r. 29.2107

Notification: MAC r. 29.2113

Registration: MAC r. 29.2113

Installation: MAC r. 29.2109(e)

Performance standards: MAC r. 29.2109

Existing USTs: MAC r. 29.2111

New USTs: MAC r. 29.2109

Piping: MAC r. 29.2109(b)

Spill and overfill prevention: MAC r. 29.2109(c)

Location restrictions: MAC r. 29.2109(d)

Corrosion protection: MAC r. 29.2115

Leak detection: MAC r. 29.2121 to 29.2127

Inventory control: MAC r. 29.2125(a)

Manual tank gauging: MAC r. 29.2125(b)

Piping: MAC r. 29.2126

Vapor monitoring: MAC r. 29.2125(e)

Groundwater monitoring: MAC r. 29.2125(f)

Interstitial monitoring: MAC r. 29.2125(g)

Delivery prohibition: MAC r. 29.2103(e)(1)

Recordkeeping: MAC r. 29.2127

Release reporting: MAC r. 29.2129 to 29.2133

Closure: MAC r. 29.2151 to 29.2159

Financial responsibility: MAC r. 29.2161 to 29.2174

Leaking underground storage tank (LUST) program: MCL 324.21301a to 324.21330

Operator training: MAC r. 29.2108

Corrective action: MCL 324.21304a to 324.21311a

Qualified consultants: MCL 324.21325

Regulatory Agencies

Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Bureau of Fire Services

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

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