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The Storage Tank Corrective Action Program oversees the cleanup of petroleum and chemical contamination at properties where a release has occurred from underground storage tanks (USTs) or aboveground storage tanks (ASTs).
Remediation Section 391 Lukens Drive New Castle,
All contractors performing installation, retrofit, removal, or closure in place of regulated underground storage tanks must be certified by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.
Tanks Compliance Lukens Drive Field Office 391 Lukens Drive
The underground storage tank (UST) compliance program is responsible for ensuring the safe operation of over 400 federally regulated underground storage tank and 150 state regulated underground storage tank heating oil facilities in the state. The program works with the Underground Storage Tank Advisory Committee to develop amendments to Delaware’s Underground Storage Tank Regulations.
The aboveground storage tank (AST) program is responsible for ensuring the safe operation of over 1,000 regulated aboveground storage tank facilities in the state. All registered ASTs have to comply with Delaware’s Regulations Governing Aboveground Storage Tank Systems (AST Regulations).
An alphabetical list of documents relating to tank management in Delaware. Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Information ASTs – Agricultural/Farm – Approved Best Management Practices for ASTs less than 40,000 gallons AST Activity Notification Form AST Foreclosure Form Notice AST Registration
The Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances offers financing options and assistance to the owners or operators of underground and aboveground storage tank systems.
Tanks Compliance Lukens Drive Field Office 391 Lukens Drive New Castle,
The Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances regulates the installation, operation, maintenance, and closure of underground and aboveground storage tank systems in order to prevent contamination of soils and groundwater. The Division permits the installation and operation of vapor recovery equipment. And it oversees cleanup of releases from both underground and aboveground storage tank systems.
Fees for registration and permits related to underground storage tanks are set in Delaware State Code and in DNREC regulations and can be paid online. Registration Fees
The Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances partners with the Division of Air Quality to implement the Vapor Recovery (VR) program, which is is responsible for ensuring the safe operation of Stage I and Stage II vapor recovery systems at gasoline dispensing facilities.
The Underground Storage Tank Advisory Committee (USTAC) formed in 2016 to guide development of amendments to the Underground Storage Tank regulations and to provide input and advice regarding other aspects of Delaware’s Underground Storage Tank Program.
BT-Newyo LLC (UPS) has applied for a construction/operating permit for a Stage I EVR vapor recovery system, at their facility located at UPS New Castle, 721 Hamburg Road, in New Castle.
Wawa, Inc. has applied for a construction/operating permit for a Stage I & II vapor recovery system at their facility located at Wawa Food Market #876, 160 East Street, Camden Wyoming.
The Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances protects the environment and human health and safety. The Division encourages waste reduction, reuse, and recycling. It ensures compliance with waste and hazardous substance management laws. The Division leads investigation and clean-up of contaminated sites. It regulates installation, operation, removal and remediation