“Redeveloping Petroleum Brownfields,” a three-part feature detailing creative and strategic approaches to challenges related to petroleum brownfield redevelopment, is the highlight of the June issue of L.U.S.T.Line.
Published twice a year, L.U.S.T.Line tackles issues, surrounding underground storage tanks (UST), cleanup fund issues, spill remediation, and prevention technologies. The issue received a design update to reflect NEIWPCC’s new branding.
Mark Braswell, deputy director of Field Office Operations for the Tennessee Division of Underground Storage Tanks, shared highlights about “Tennessee’s State-of-the-Art Training Facility” located at Montgomery Bell State Park. The facility is the first of three in the state and serves as a safe, low traffic location for operational compliance training facility for UST industry professionals.
Regular contributors Marcel Moreau delivers his “Tank-nically Speaking” on fiberglass as a possible new piping material to help prevent corrosion, while Jeff Kuhn discusses total petroleum hydrocarbons.
Carolyn Hoskinson, who serves as director of the Office of Underground Storage Tanks at USEPA, also provides a column on how states uniquely addressed their LUST release backlogs and their dedication to cleaning up LUST releases.
UST and LUST Training Webinars