Oil Storage Compliance
Oil storage, whether it is gasoline, diesel, lubrication oil, or another petroleum product, is often a common aspect of industrial operations and also heavily regulated. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has numerous regulations and the States typically enforce these and may have additional regulations of their own. The method of storage also factors into the applicable regulatory scheme with different considerations for aboveground storage tanks, underground storage tanks, and other storage or equipment containing petroleum products. Regulations cover a wide array of factors including licensing, spill prevention, leak prevention, preventative maintenance, and testing to ensure the oil is properly stored and ultimately to prevent harm to the environment.
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