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(a) The requirements of this part apply to all owners and operators of an UST system as defined in Sec. 280.12 except as otherwise provided in paragraphs (b), (c),...


deferred UST systems. (a) No person may install an UST system listed in Sec. 280.10(c) for the purpose of storing regulated substances unless the UST...


Aboveground release means any release to the surface of the land or to surface water. This includes, but is not limited to, releases from the above-ground portion of an...


Notification Sec. 280.20 Performance standards for new UST systems. In order to prevent releases due to structural failure, corrosion, or spills...


Notification Sec. 280.21 Upgrading of existing UST systems. (a) Alternatives allowed. Not later than December 22, 1998, all existing UST systems must...


Notification Sec. 280.22 Notification requirements. (a) Any owner who brings an underground storage tank system into use after May 8, 1986, must within 30 days...


(a) Owners and operators must ensure that releases due to spilling or overfilling do not occur. The owner and operator must ensure that the volume available...


corrosion protection. All owners and operators of steel UST systems with corrosion protection must comply with the following requirements to ensure that...


Owners and operators must use an UST system made of or lined with materials that are compatible with the substance stored in the UST system. Note: Owners and...


Owners and operators of UST systems must ensure that repairs will prevent releases due to structural failure or corrosion as long as the UST system is used to...


Owners and operators of UST systems must cooperate fully with inspections, monitoring and testing conducted by the implementing agency, as well as requests...


UST systems. (a) Owners and operators of new and existing UST systems must provide a method, or combination of methods, of release detection that: (1) Can...


systems. Owners and operators of petroleum UST systems must provide release detection for tanks and piping as follows: (a) Tanks. Tanks must be monitored...


UST systems. Owners and operators of hazardous substance UST systems must provide release detection that meets the following requirements: (a)...


for tanks. Each method of release detection for tanks used to meet the requirements of Sec. 280.41 must be conducted in accordance with the following: ...


piping. Each method of release detection for piping used to meet the requirements of Sec. 280.41 must be conducted in accordance with the following: ...


All UST system owners and operators must maintain records in accordance [[Page 468]] with Sec. 280.34 demonstrating compliance with all...


suspected releases. Owners and operators of UST systems must report to the implementing agency within 24 hours, or another reasonable time period specified by...


to off-site impacts. When required by the implementing agency, owners and operators of UST systems must follow the procedures in Sec. 280.52 to determine if the...


and confirmation steps. Unless corrective action is initiated in accordance with subpart F, owners and operators must immediately investigate and confirm...


cleanup of spills and overfills. (a) Owners and operators of UST systems must contain and immediately clean up a spill or overfill and report to the implementing...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.60 General. Owners and operators of petroleum or hazardous substance UST systems must, in response to a...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.61 Initial response. Upon confirmation of a release in accordance with Sec. 280.52 or after a release from the UST...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.62 Initial abatement measures and site check. (a) Unless directed to do otherwise by the implementing agency, owners...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.63 Initial site characterization. (a) Unless directed to do otherwise by the implementing agency, owners and operators...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.64 Free product removal. At sites where investigations under Sec. 280.62(a)(6) indicate the presence of free...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.65 Investigations for soil and ground-water cleanup. (a) In order to determine the full extent and location of...


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.66 Corrective action plan. (a) At any point after reviewing the information submitted in compliance with Secs....


or Hazardous Substances Sec. 280.67 Public participation. (a) For each confirmed release that requires a corrective action plan, the implementing agency...


(a) When an UST system is temporarily closed, owners and operators must continue operation and maintenance of corrosion protection in accordance with...


changes-in-service. (a) At least 30 days before beginning either permanent closure or a change-in-service under paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, or...


at closure or change-in-service. (a) Before permanent closure or a change-in-service is completed, owners and operators must measure for the presence of a release...


previously closed UST systems. When directed by the implementing agency, the owner and operator of an UST system permanently closed before December 22, 1988 must...


Owners and operators must maintain records in accordance with Sec. 280.34 that are capable of demonstrating compliance with closure requirements...


Source: 53 FR 43370, Oct. 26, 1988, unless otherwise noted. (a) This subpart applies to owners and operators of all petroleum underground storage tank (UST)...


Owners of petroleum underground storage tanks are required to comply with the requirements of this subpart by the following dates: (a) All petroleum marketing firms...


When used in this subpart, the following terms shall have the meanings given below: Accidental release means any sudden or nonsudden release of petroleum from...


required financial responsibility. (a) Owners or operators of petroleum underground storage tanks must demonstrate financial responsibility for taking corrective action...


combinations of mechanisms. (a) Subject to the limitations of paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, (1) An owner or operator, including a local government owner...


self-insurance. (a) An owner or operator, and/or guarantor, may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by passing a financial test as specified in this section. To pass...


(a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by obtaining a guarantee that conforms to the requirements of this section. The guarantor must be: ...


group coverage. (a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 290.93 by obtaining liability insurance that conforms to the requirements of...


(a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by obtaining a surety bond that conforms to the requirements of this section. The surety company issuing...


(a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by obtaining an irrevocable standby letter of credit that conforms to the requirements of this...


(a) For underground storage tanks located in a state that does not have an approved program, and where the state requires owners or operators of...


assurance. (a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 for underground storage tanks located in a state, where EPA is administering...


(a) An owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by establishing a trust fund that conforms to the requirements of this section. The trustee must be...


(a) An owner or operator using any one of the mechanisms authorized by Secs. 280.96, 280.98, or 280.99 must establish a standby trust fund when the mechanism...


rating test. (a) A general purpose local government owner or operator and/or local government serving as a guarantor [[Page 493]] may satisfy...


test. (a) A local government owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by passing the financial test specified in this section. To be...


test. (a) A local government owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by passing the financial test specified in this section. To be...
...


A local government owner or operator may satisfy the requirements of Sec. 280.93 by establishing a dedicated fund account that conforms to the requirements of...


mechanisms by owner or operator. (a) An owner or operator may substitute any alternate financial assurance mechanisms as specified in this subpart, provided...


nonrenewal by a provider of financial assurance. (a) Except as otherwise provided, a provider of financial assurance may cancel or fail to renew an assurance mechanism by...


operator. (a) An owner or operator must submit the appropriate forms listed in Sec. 280.111(b) documenting current evidence of financial responsibility to the Director...


(a) Owners or operators must maintain evidence of all financial assurance mechanisms used to demonstrate financial responsibility under this subpart for an...


mechanisms. (a) Except as specified in paragraph (d) of this section, the Director of the implementing agency shall require the guarantor, surety,...


An owner or operator is no longer required to maintain financial responsibility under this subpart for an underground storage tank after the tank has...


of owner or operator or provider of financial assurance. (a) Within 10 days after commencement of a voluntary or involuntary proceeding under Title 11...


guarantees, letters of credit, or surety bonds. (a) If at any time after a standby trust is funded upon the instruction of the Director of the implementing agency with...


Source: 60 FR 46711, Sept. 7, 1995, unless otherwise noted. (a) UST technical standards, as used in this subpart, refers to the UST preventative and...


The term ``participating in the management of an UST or UST system'' means that, subsequent to the effective date of this subpart, December 6, 1995, the holder...


tank or underground storage tank system or facility or property on which an underground storage tank or underground storage tank system is located. ...


tank or underground storage tank system. (a) Operating an UST or UST system prior to foreclosure. A holder, prior to foreclosure, as defined in Sec. 280.210(c),...


programs must meet for approval by the Administrator under section 9004 of RCRA, and the procedures EPA will follow in approving, revising and withdrawing approval of...


elements of a state program must be addressed in a state application for approval: (1) Requirements for all existing and new underground storage tanks: (i)...


either partial or complete state programs. A ``partial'' state program regulates either solely UST systems containing petroleum or solely UST systems containing...


this part must submit an application containing the following parts: (a) A transmittal letter from the Governor of the state requesting program approval; (b)...


this part must submit a description of the program it proposes to administer under state law in lieu of the federal program. The description of a state's existing...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 40, Volume 24] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 40CFR281.22] [Page 523] TITLE 40--PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) PART 281--APPROVAL OF STATE UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAMS--Table of Contents Subpart B--Components of a Program Application Sec. 281.22 Procedures for adequate enforcement. A state must submit a description of its compliance monitoring and enforcement procedures, including related state administrative or judicial review procedures. ...


its statutory or regulatory requirements for release detection, release reporting and investigation, and out-of-service or closed UST systems in order to be no less...


Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) containing proposed areas of coordination and shared responsibilities between the state and EPA and separate EPA and state roles and...


from the Attorney General that the laws and regulations of the state provide adequate authority to carry out the program described under Sec. 281.21 and to meet...


In order to be considered no less stringent than the corresponding federal requirements for new UST system design, construction, installation, and notification, the state must...


than the corresponding federal upgrading requirements, the state must have requirements that ensure existing UST systems will be replaced or upgraded before December...


than the corresponding federal general operating requirements, the state must have requirements that ensure all new and existing UST systems conform to the following: ...


the corresponding federal requirements for release detection, the state must have requirements that at a minimum ensure all UST systems are provided with release detection...


no less stringent than the corresponding federal requirements for release reporting, investigation, and confirmation, the state must have requirements that ensure all...


less stringent than the corresponding federal requirements for release response and corrective action, the state must have requirements that ensure: (a) All releases from...


less stringent than the corresponding federal requirements for temporarily closed UST systems and permanent closure, the state must have requirements that ensure UST systems...


(a) In order to be considered no less stringent than the federal requirements for financial responsibility for UST systems containing petroleum, the state requirements for...




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