A sump can be a tank’s last defense against a catastrophic leak. A working sump will help you avoid ground water contamination, extend the life of your equipment and help avoid storage of a contaminated material that could lead to significant fines.
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ATS staff has the most up to date knowledge of all inspection requirements, municipal, state and EPA, as well as the experience to keep your facility compliant. Contact ATS today to discuss how we can help get your facility on a regular monitoring and inspection schedule.
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Areas covered by this service
- New York (NY)
- New Jersey (NJ)
- Pennsylvania (PA)
- Connecticut (CT)
- Maryland (MD)
- Delaware (DE)
- Virginia (VA)
Secondary Containment Testing
Testing your containment equipment will help you avoid the high cost of remediation of the soil and monitoring for groundwater contamination.Find out more
Spill Bucket Testing
No later than October 13, 2018, you are required to perform your first three year test for liquid tightness.Find out more
No later than October 13, 2018, you are required to perform the first three year containment sump test for liquid tightness on sumps used for interstitial monitoring of piping.Find out more