Leaking Petroleum Storage Tank Cleanups
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View or download a summary of data on equipment failures, releases, and compliance with environmental regulations at UST sites in Texas.
Information on the mission and legal authority of the leaking petroleum storage tank program.
The Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) State-Lead Program of the TCEQ directs state contractors to conduct corrective action at leaking petroleum storage tank (LPST) sites in Texas that cannot be addressed by owners/operators
How to use the "Search Licensing or Registration Information" Web page to find registered companies or licensed individuals to perform corrective action at sites with leaking petroleum storage tanks. Corrective action includes measures to deal with the leaking tanks and measures necessary to clean up the surrounding soils and groundwater.
How to use the "Search Licensing or Registration Information" Web page to find contractors who are registered to install, repair, maintain, or remove petroleum storage tanks.
All the latest news and developments in the Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) program are posted on this page.
The PST State Lead Program is authorized by law to remediate situations where a release from a PST system has occurred. Release incident cases generally involve responsible parties (RPs) who are either unwilling or financially unable to conduct the necessary corrective actions at LPST sites.
Simple description of the TCEQ PST State-Lead Program and its role in the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks.
Redirect users to the Central Registry. The database that the PST Query utilized has been taken out of service.
The Petroleum Storage Tank Remediation (PSTR) fund that had provided reimbursement for remediation of contamination resulting from leaking petroleum storage tanks has ended.
Information regarding approved providers offering UST Operator Training courses.