Crompco has officially calibrated more than 1 million fuel meters, which is far from normal in the industry. Accumeasure was first launched in 2009 leading to this huge jump in meters calibrated. From a single truck to now over 30 crews, 7,000 sites are visited each year. This number is a huge accomplishment for Crompco, and it will continue to grow.
3 Ways You May Be Giving Away Fuel: Check out this article about how Crompco has calibrated more than 1,000,000 fuel meters & what we have found out in the process.
New UST rules have been proposed and the comment period ended on 12/29/2017.
Missed the PPA Webinar this morning starring our very own Ed “Beefy” Kubinsky? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Check out this video on the 2018 UST Changes coming your way!
Crompco’s Ed Kubinsky is doing a FREE webinar for the PA Petroleum Association on January 9th. There are lots of great speakers and topics to be covered. See the link to sign up for the 2018 PPA Webinar Series.
NJ Station Owners may being decommissioning now and MUST decommission within 3 years (by 12/23/20) unless ORVR compatible. Click the link to learn more about latest NJDEP Administrative Rule.
EPA’s Carolyn Hoskinson, Crompco’s Ed Kubinsky are both speaking at this event on November 2nd in Lexington, KY. Could you ask for a better line up?! Don’t miss out.
From PEI Tulsa Letter 8/31/17:
As installers, contractors and underground storage tank (UST) owner/operators work to bring retail facilities back online, one of the most valuable resources has been the Underground Storage Tank Flood Guide, produced in 2010 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This 30-page manual provides helpful advice for catastrophic situations in which a UST has floated out of the ground, precautions to protect UST systems before a flood, as well as testing and inspection minimums to help owners and operators restart UST systems impacted by high waters.
“Dear Gasoline Dispensing Site Owner/Operators and Stakeholders,
Please be advised that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has drafted a proposal for regulatory changes to 6 NYCRR Part 230 Gasoline Dispensing Sites and Transport Vehicles. Please find attached a fact sheet outlining the proposed changes.
In addition to updating an obsolete regulation, the proposal adopts federal Stage I regulations that require specific vapor recovery system equipment along with best management practices, submerges fill pipes and CARB vapor recovery performance testing for all gasoline dispensing sites with annual throughputs of 120,000 gallons or greater. The Department’s proposal goes beyond the, already in place, federal regulation by extending these requirements to sites with annual throughputs between 120,000 and 1.2 million gallons. Furthermore, the proposal eliminated Stage II vapor recovery requirements in light of diminishing benefits due to incompatibility with on-board refueling vapor recovery systems (ORVR). It also replaces the gasoline cargo tank pressure test requirements with the latest federal DOT standards. Lastly, individuals who perform Stage I vapor recovery tests will be required to provide proof that they have the expertise to do so.
Please contact me with any questions.
Informational meetings are planned for the near future. You will be notified regarding the locations and times.
If you are no longer interested in being contacted regarding changes to Part 230, please let me know.
Thank you for your interest.
Denise Prunier, PE
Division of Air Resources
Bureau of Stationary Sources
Albany, New York 12233-3254
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