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Our New Online Layout

You’ll see below that we’re trying out a new online layout for LUSTLine. We’ve posted content ahead of the National Tanks Conference, taking place Sept. 13 to 15 in Pittsburgh, to give readers a sneak peak of what’s on offer at the event.

Read about some of the upcoming NTC sessions, covering UST and LUST technical programs, financial responsibility, and cross-program and emerging issues. Young professionals and first-time conference attendees should check out Mahesh Albuquerque’s musings on how attending the National Tanks Conference has benefited his career.

Also read a message from Mark Barolo, EPA OUST acting director, regarding resources for addressing the impacts of climate change and natural disasters on UST systems.

We’re still working on the design for LUSTLine’s online layout and we’d love your feedback! Please contact us at lustline@neiwpcc.org.

Issue #91

Cartoon of man at flooded gas station filling up his boat.

Dealing with Climate Change and Natural Disasters

Making the Most of the National Tanks Conference

New Faces and New Discussions at the National Tanks Conference

How USTs Held Up During Unprecedented Floodwaters (NTC 2022 Preview)

Treatment Trains: When One Remedy Isn’t Enough (NTC 2022 Preview)

HRSC Pilot Study at South Carolina LUST Sites (NTC 2022 Preview)

Challenges and Opportunities of a Multi-Cultural UST Industry (NTC 2022 Preview)

Navigating Impacts of COVID on the Tanks Industry (NTC 2022 Preview)

Emergency Power Generator UST Systems (NTC 2022 Preview)

Strategies for Cost Control (NTC 2022 Preview)

Auditing for Fraud in Tanks Programs (NTC 2022 Preview)

National Tanks News, Twice Annually

LUSTLine informs state, territorial, tribal, and federal regulators, as well as other UST stakeholders and the public. The publication covers technical and regulatory aspects of UST compliance and release prevention, LUST cleanup, financial responsibility, and other pertinent topics.

With support from EPA’s Office of Underground Storage Tanks, NEIWPCC has been publishing LUSTLine since 1985. The newsletter has become the publication of record for UST matters nationwide.

Visit our archive to access previous issues or our index to search for specific topics.

LUSTLine is a product of NEIWPCC. It is produced through cooperative agreements (US-83556001 and 83950601) between NEIWPCC and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

LUSTLine is issued as a communication service for the Subtitle I RCRA Hazardous & Solid Waste Amendments rule promulgation process.

LUSTLine is produced to promote information exchange on UST/LUST issues. The opinions and information stated herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of NEIWPCC or the EPA. Content from this publication may be copied. Please give credit to NEIWPCC.

For more information, contact lustline@neiwpcc.org or LUSTLine editor Kale Connerty at kconnerty@neiwpcc.org.