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. LUSTLine is a product of NEIWPCC. It is produced through cooperative agreements (US-8350701 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.
Tale of the Terrifying Tank
This story could be a Russian epic: “All happy tanks are alike, but every unhappy tank is different in its own way.”
It could be an adventure: “Have fun storming the tank pit!”
This tale is rooted in science and philosophy, as the needs of the many outweighed the needs of the few.
ITRC Petroleum Hydrocarbon Workshop
Since 2014, the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) has published three technical guidance documents to address hydrocarbon-impacted sites.
Lessons Learned: Takeaways for UST Inspectors from Washington’s Unprecedented Flooding Event
California Stalled LUST Case Initiative Turns 5
The Underground Storage Tanks Program…Working Towards Environmental Protection for All Communities
Risk Mitigation Tracked Through ESG Reporting
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