No later than October 13, 2018, you’re required to perform the first three year containment sump test for liquid tightness on sumps used for interstitial monitoring of piping.
- Visually check containment sumps for damage and leaks to the containment area or releases to the environment.
- Remove liquid in contained sumps or debris.
- For containment sumps with interstitial monitoring, check for leaks in the interstitial area.
Containment sump areas: Look for significant corrosion on the UST equipment.
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Secondary Containment Equipment Testing
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
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