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equipment, and spill and overfill protection equipment currently in use at the site; and

B.7. - C.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 30:2001 et seq.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Solid and Hazardous Waste, Underground Storage Tank Division, LR 16:614 (July 1990), amended LR 18:728 (July 1992), amended by the Office of Environmental Assessment, LR 31:1070 (May 2005), repromulgated by the Office of the Secretary, Legal Affairs Division, LR 32:393 (March 2006), amended LR 34:2119 (October 2008)

Chapter 7.Methods of Release Detection and Release Reporting, Investigation, Confirmation, and Response

§701.Methods of Release Detection

A. – A.6.

a.For double-walled UST systems, the sampling or testing method used must be capable of detecting a release through the inner wall in any portion of the tank that routinely contains product. Interstitial monitoring of double-walled or jacketed tanks shall be conducted either continuously by means of an automatic leak sensing device that signals to the operator the presence of any regulated substance in the interstitial space, or manually every 30 days by means of a procedure capable of detecting the presence of any regulated substance in the interstitial space.

A.6.b. – B.2.

3.Applicable Tank Methods. Any of the methods in Paragraphs A.4-8 of this Section may be used if they are designed to detect a release from any portion of the underground piping that routinely contains regulated substances.
4.Interstitial Monitoring. Interstitial monitoring of double-walled or jacketed piping shall be conducted either continuously by means of an automatic leak sensing device that signals to the operator the presence of any regulated substance in the interstitial space or sump, or manually every 30 days by means of a procedure capable of detecting the presence of any regulated substance in the interstitial space or sump.
a.The interstitial space or sump shall be maintained free of water, debris, or anything that could interfere with leak detection capabilities.
b.Subparagraph D.4.a of this Section does not apply to containment sumps that were installed prior to December 20, 2008, and that do not utilize interstitial monitoring as a piping release detection method.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 30:2001 et seq.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Solid and Hazardous Waste, Underground Storage Tank Division, LR 16:614 (July 1990), amended by the Office of Environmental Assessment, LR 31:1072 (May 2005), amended by the Office of the Secretary, Legal Affairs Division, LR 33: 2172 (October 2007), LR 34:2120 (October 2008).

§703.Requirements for Use of Release Detection Methods

A. – B.

1.Tanks. Tanks must be monitored at least every 30 days for releases using one of the methods listed in LAC 33:XI.701.A.4-8, except for the following.
a.UST systems that meet the performance standards in LAC 33:XI.303.D or E, and the monthly inventory control requirements in LAC 33:XI.701.A.1 or 2, may use tank tightness testing (conducted in accordance with LAC 33:XI.701.A.3) at least every five years until December 22, 1998, or until 10 years after the tank is installed or upgraded in accordance with LAC 33:XI.303.E.3, whichever is later.
b.UST systems that do not meet the performance standards in LAC 33:XI.303.D or E may use monthly inventory controls (conducted in accordance with LAC 33:XI.701.A.1 or 2), and tank tightness testing every 12 months (conducted in accordance with LAC 33:XI.701.A.3) until December 22, 1998, when the tank must be upgraded in accordance with LAC 33:XI.303.E or permanently closed in accordance with LAC 33:XI.905.

B.1.c. – C.2.e.iii.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 30:2001 et seq.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Solid and Hazardous Waste, Underground Storage Tank Division, LR 16:614 (July 1990), amended LR 17:658 (July 1991), amended by the Office of Environmental Assessment, Environmental Planning Division, LR 26:2559 (November 2000), amended by the Office of Environmental Assessment, LR 31:1073 (May 2005), amended by the Office of the Secretary, Legal Affairs Division, LR 33:2172 (October 2007), LR 34:1400 (July 2008), LR 34:2120 (October 2008).

Chapter 9.Out-of-Service UST Systems and Closure

§903.Temporary Closure

A. – B.3.

C.When a UST system is temporarily closed for more than six months, owners and operators must permanently close the UST system if it does not meet either the performance standards in LAC 33:XI.303.D for new UST systems or the upgrading requirements in LAC 33:XI.303.E.3-6, except that the spill and overfill equipment requirements do not have to be met.

D. – E.

AUTHORITY NOTE:Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 30:2001 et seq.

HISTORICAL NOTE:Promulgated by the Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Solid and Hazardous Waste, Underground Storage Tank Division, LR 16:614 (July 1990), amended LR 17:658 (July 1991), amended by the Office of Environmental Assessment, LR 31:1074 (May 2005), amended by the Office of the Secretary, Legal Affairs Division, LR 31:2520 (October 2005), LR 33:2173 (October 2007), LR 34:2120 (October 2008).

Herman Robinson, CPM

Executive Counsel

0810#060

RULE

Department of Environmental Quality

Office of the Secretary

Louisiana Register   Vol. 34, No. 10   October 20, 2008

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