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What To Do If You Find A Leak Or Spill From Your Underground Storage Tank

Publication number Date Published
91-BR-11November 2007
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Author(s) Mike Blum
Description If you, as the owner or operator of an underground storage tank (UST), become aware of a leak or spill of petroleum or other hazardous substances, you must act quickly. Your quick actions will reduce the immediate risk to people and property and will keep potential environmental impacts to a minimum. In addition, there are certain reporting requirements that must be met.
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Keywords underground storage tank, spill, leaking underground storage tanks
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What to do if You Find a Leak or Spill from Your Underground Storage Tank