ASTSWMO sponsors 2015 National Tanks Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
The Conference took place from September 14th-16th and addressed a wide range of issues and topics spaning Tanks products and services as well as updates on new federal regulations. Click the to learn more and stay tuned for videos and presentations.
Results from the 2014 Annual State Fund Survey are now available on the ! ASTSWMO thanks Lynda Provencher, Vermont DEC, for her continued leadership in developing this project and thanks the States that responded to make these reports possible.
The Remediation and Reuse Focus Group released the Perfluorinated Chemicals (PFCs): PFOA & PFOS Information Paper in August 2015. The paper is available on the
ASTSWMO Hazardous Waste Subcommittee Members in Action Fact Sheet
is available on the
Revised Federal UST Regulations are Final! U.S. EPA’s updated underground storage tank (UST) regulations are final and were published in the July 15, 2015, Federal Register: . Additional information about the UST Regulations, including links a “crosswalk” comparison of the 1988 regulations to the 2015 regulations and an updated guidance materials are available on the . Visit the ASTSWMO Tanks Publications page to access to EPA’s proposal to revise UST regulations.
The Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Task Force released State Approaches to Managing Institutional Controls and Ensuring Long-Term Protectiveness at LUST Sites report in May 2015. The Report is available on the
The final EPA was published in the Federal Register on April 17, 2015. The effective date of the rule is now October 19, 2015, per an EPA final rule correcting the effective date, published in the on July 2, 2015.
October 29-30, 2015: ASTSWMO Annual Meeting and Tanks Regulations Forum (Oct. 28-30)at the Bethesda Hyatt Hotel in Bethesda, MD.
Registration is CLOSED!
April 25 – 28, 2016: ASTSWMO Mid-Year Meeting at the Omni William Penn in Pittsburgh, PA.
Registration is not open.
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