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Underground Storage Tanks (UST) Program
Remediation and Abatement
Administered by the Underground Storage Tank Branch
of the Division of Environmental Response and Remediation
This page contains links to various remediation documents and their descriptions.
- Consultants Certification Manual
(7/13) To be used when sampling at Underground Storage Tank sites.
Summary of Groundwater and Soil Cleanup Screening Levels
(05/16/06) Cleanup screening level information for soil and groundwater samples dated November 1, 2005; became effective May 15, 2006.
- Subsurface Investigation Report
Details of how to conduct and report a subsurface investigation.
Cleanup Level Calculator: Site-Specific
An Excel 2010 zipped spreadsheet that can be used to help calculate site specific cleanup levels.
Corrective Action Plan (CAP) Guide Summary
A summary of what is expected on preparing a CAP.
- Corrective Action Process for Leaking Underground Storage Tank Sites: Utah Guidelines
These guidelines provide a framework for incorporating risk-based decisions in Leaking Underground Storage Tank site management.
- PST Environmental Covenant Template | RA Environmental Covenant Template | Instructions | PST DOC | RA DOC |
Template to be used when an Environmental Covenant is needed to give notice that contamination is remaining at a site. Utah Code Ann. 57-25-101, et seq. Get additional information about the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act from the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws.
Environmental Covenants or Institutional Controls
A list of sites in Utah.
Guidelines on Soil Aeration: Utah
Gives guidance on the treatment and disposing of petroleum contaminated soils from underground storage tanks.
Risk Assessment Proposal (RAP) Guide
A guide for proposing to do a risk assessment for contamination at underground storage tank (UST) sites.
Signature Authority Designation
Under the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act. A memorandum.
TPH Fractionation at LUST Sites Guidelines
A brief overview of TPH fractionation including analytical methods and examples of how lab reports should look.
Comments and Questions
All questions and comments may be directed to Michael Pecorelli.