Category: Underground Storage Tanks

Underground Storage Tank Permits

Menu: Contacts Fees Process Overview Time Required Storage Tank Permits Underground storage tank owners and operators must register all tanks with the Division of Environmental Response and Remediation. Petroleum tanks must have a Certificate of Compliance and a current year’s tank tag. Permanent tank closure requires prior approval. Certification also is required for individuals who …

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Tank Fees Summary

Pay Tank Fees Online UST Closure Plan Fees Registration Fees Due annually July 1 or before a Certificate of Compliance can be issued for new, lapsed, or revoked facilities. $110 per Tank Tanks on the PST Fund $220 per Tank Tanks not on the PST Fund Tanks that have an alternate Financial Responsibility (FR) mechanism. …

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Record Search Tools

Easy Records Search A stepwise search to records that are available electronically. Interactive Map Access to the Interactive Map. Site locations can be displayed and records on the site can be viewed as they are made available. Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) You can make a request to view public records. Priority Assessment …

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UST Issues Email Alerts Sign Up

Issues Alerts The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is sponsoring an electronic mail server, known as a List Server or Listserv, for UST Issues in Utah. This service uses email systems to distribute messages to all members of the list. Joining or subscribing to the list, as well as unsubscribing, is the responsibility of each …

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Assessment Grant Funding:
Underground Storage Tank Branch

Persons interested in having their property assessed using available petroleum brownfields grant monies will work with the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to determine if their site is eligible for funding assistance. The following criteria will be used to determine site eligibility: the site is relatively low-risk; LUST-Trust funds are not currently being used; …

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