Owners and operators of UST system must cooperate fully with inspections, monitoring, and testing conducted by the implementing agency, as well as requests for documents submission, testing and monitoring by the owner and operator.
(1) Reporting. Owners and operators must submit the following information to the implementing agency:
(A) Notification for all UST systems, which includes certification of installation for new UST systems,
(B) Reports of all releases including suspected releases, spills and overfills, and confirm releases;
(C) Corrective actions planned or taken including initial abatement measures, initial site characterization, free product removal, investigation of soil and ground-water cleanup, and corrective action plan; and
(D) Repairs made to UST systems; and
(E) A notification before permanent closure or change-in-service.
(2) Recordkeeping. Owners and operators must maintain the following information.
(A) A corrosion expert’s analysis of the site corrosion potential if corrosion protection equipment is not used.
(B) Documentation of operation of corrosion protection equipment.
(C) Documentation of UST system repairs.
(D) Recent compliance with release detection equipment.
(E) Results of site investigation conducted at permanent closure.
(3) Availability and Maintenance of Records. Owners and operators must keep the records required either :
(A) At the UST site and immediately available for inspection by the implementing agency; or
(B) At a readily available alternative site and be provided for inspection to the implementing agency upon request.
(C) In the case of permanent closure records required under 24.0773, owners and operators are also provided with the additional alternative of mailing closure records to the implementing agency if they cannot be kept at the site or an alternative site as indicated above.History: Rule 3-01, eff 30 Aug 01.