Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) Facilities: Compliance Resources
- Approved training providers
- Training for Underground Storage Tank Operators: A guide for owners and operators of USTs (RG-475o)
The following link will open an interactive Inventory Control worksheet for non-blended fuel systems. Please download the worksheet to your own computer to use it. The worksheet is to be used in correlation with the EPA's booklet titled Doing Inventory Control Right For Underground Storage Tanks.
Due to legislation passed by the Texas Legislature and the Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005, new rules go into effect Jan. 1, 2009, for underground storage tanks (USTS). Several of the major changes can be found in the January–March '09 issue of The Advocate.
- Discharges for Water Contaminated by Petroleum Fuel or Petroleum Substances: Am I Regulated?
- Water: What Is My Source?
- Waste Designation Decision Matrix
- Industrial and Hazardous Waste Rules and Regulations for Small-Quantity Generators (RG-234)
- Petroleum Storage Tanks Registrations: Am I Regulated?
- Leaking Petroleum Storage Tank Cleanups
Compliance Overview Tools
- Stage I EPA Compliance Video
- Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) Facilities Checklist
- Doing Inventory Control Right For Underground Storage Tanks – This EPA booklet will help you learn how to use inventory control to illustrate compliance with regulatory requirements. Please note that the booklet states you will need to maintain records for one year; however, according to 30 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 334, owners and operators are required to keep inventory control records for at least five years.
- PST Energy Act Focused Investigation Checklist – This checklist will help you evaluate compliance with the following topics: release detection, corrosion protection, spill and overfill, financial assurance, registration, and self-certification.
- PST Registration and Technical Assistance – This TCEQ page also is a gateway to several PST databases.
- Underground and Aboveground Storage Tanks – Chapter 334 of the Texas Administrative Code
- Delinquent Fees
- Your business could be eligible for a free environmental compliance assessment. For more information, visit our Compliance Commitment (C2) Site Visit Program website.