Veteran Owned and Operated

Veteran Owned and Operated

Site Assessment Reporting

Underground Storage Tank

Site Assessment Reporting is required when an underground storage tank or tanks or associated piping is removed, closed in place or undergoes a change-in-service. For owners and operators, an environmental consultant such as Service Environmental Engineering, Inc., is needed to perform the assessment sampling and reporting. In the event of a confined release during the removal of the underground storage tank (UST) system, or change-in-service or assessment, an Assessment Report is not required, but other reporting is necessary.

Soil or water samples are taken at the pump island or islands and every 30 feet back to the tank or tanks. Soil or water samples are taken from the excavation floor underneath each end of each UST and within two feet of the bottom end of the tank or tanks. The samples are analyzed using the appropriate method based on the product stored or used in the underground storage tanks.

The Assessment Report, along with the analytical test results and chain of custody, are to be submitted to the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Bureau of Fire Services, Storage Tank Division, Lansing Michigan, within 45 days of conducting the site assessment.

The Underground Storage Tank System Site Assessment Report and Closure or Change-in-service Registration Form is to be used when submitting the information.

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