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Underground Storage Tank - Louisiana
LDEQ Underground Storage Tank & Remediation Division I P.O. Box 4312, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-4312 I Phone: 225.219.3443 I Fax: 225.325.8211 I Email: _DEQ-wwwUST@LA.gov
UST owners/operators must keep 3 years of monthly release detection records. These are forms that tank owners/operators can use to record their interstitial monitoring results if their equipment does not print records. Use of these particular forms is NOT mandatory.
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Closure Guidance Memo & Final Closure Guidance Document
Water Discharge General Permits - click here
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Revisions to the Federal UST Regulations
The revised federal UST regulations were signed by the EPA Administrator on June 19, 2015. The revised federal UST regulations are expected to post in the Federal Register any day now. Once effective (90 days after posting in the Federal Register), they will immediately apply to Indian country and non-approved States. Since Louisiana has an approved UST program, the new regulations will not become effective in Louisiana until after Louisiana revises its UST regulations and adopts all of the federal revisions. EPA is allowing approved States three years to adopt the revised federal UST regulations.
EPA provided a web link to a pre-publication of the final federal UST regulations with explanations for each change, responses to comments, regulatory impact analysis, redline strikeout version of the federal UST regulations showing all changes made to the existing regulations, and various other resources. Once posted, the link to the Federal Register posting will be there also. The EPA web link is: http://www.epa.gov/oust/fedlaws/revregs.html.
The compliance requirements and details for each of the changes will be provided to the UST owners, operators, contractors, and equipment testers by LDEQ via outreach training prior to finalization of the Louisiana UST regulations. LDEQ will be provided to UST owners, operators, contractors, and equipment testers by LDEQ via outreach training prior to the finalization of the Louisiana UST regulations. LDEQ will be providing outreach on the proposed Louisiana UST regulations in the Operator Training seminars, Enviroschool seminars, on the LDEQ website, and in the UST Newsletter. As stated above, LDEQ will have three years to adopt these requirements into our own regulations. Keep an eye on this webpage for updates and scheduled outreach training.
Please feel free to contact Samuel Broussard, LDEQ USTR Division, at 337-262-5744 or email@example.com with any questions.
Federal Register Notice Regarding EPA OUST Guidance on Compatibility of UST Systems with Biofuel Blends -
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