California Underground Storage Tanks regulations & environmental compliance analysis

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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Underground storage of hazardous substances: California Health and Safety Code (CH & SC) 25280 to 25299.8

Applicability: 23 CCR 2621

Permits: CH & SC 25284 and 23 CCR 2710 to 2712

Application: 23 CCR 2711

Permit conditions: CH & SC 25284 and 23 CCR 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, 23 CCR 2634, and 23 CCR 2638 to 2649

Annual Certification: 23 CCR 2638

Inspections:

Agency inspections: CH & SC 25288

Operator inspections: 23 CCR 2715

Training: 23 CCR 2715

Tank tester licensing: 23 CCR 2611 and 23 CCR 2730 to 2802

Release reporting: 23 CCR 2650 to 2655

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 2814.37

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

Replacing, Removing, or Upgrading Petroleum USTs (RUST) grant and loan program: CH & SC 25299.100 to 25299.117 and 23 CCR 3420 to 3428

Applicability: 23 CCR 3421

RUST loans: 23 CCR 3423, 23 CCR 3424, and 23 CCR 3426

RUST grants: 23 CCR 3425 and 23 CCR 3427

Regulatory Agencies

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