Alaska Aboveground Storage Tank Permitting Process (18-AK-f)
Aboveground Storage Tank Permitting Process Process
18-AK-f.1 to 18-AK-f.2 – Does the Petroleum Storage Tank Facility Have an Effective Storage Capacity of More Than 660 Gallons?
Aboveground fuel storage tank facilities with a storage capacity of greater than 660 gallons are subject to review by the Alaska Division of Fire and Life Safety Plans Review Bureau. 13 AAC 50.027. For more information, see:
18-AK-f.3 to 18-AK-f.4 – Does the Facility Have an Effective Storage Capacity Between 1,320 and 420,000 Gallons?
Tank facilities with a storage capacity between 1,320 and 420,000 gallons, including a collection of 55 gallon drums that add up to 1,320 gallons, are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 40 CFR § 112.1. These facilities must go through the Federal Aboveground Storage Tank Process. For more information, see:
Aboveground Storage Tank Process:
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