SECTION: 02 65 00 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK REMOVAL

 

Criteria

  1. Quality Assurance: EP 415-1-261, Volume 1  
  2. UFGS SECTION 02 65 00 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK REMOVAL
  3. Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, Underground Storage Tank regulations and UST Application for Permit to Remove/Abandon:  https://www.tpchd.org/healthy-places/contaminated-property-cleanup/underground-storage-tanks
  4. Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, Content and Form Requirements for UST Site Assessment/Closure Reports:  https://www.tpchd.org/healthy-places/contaminated-property-cleanup/underground-storage-tanks
  5. Washington State Underground Storage Tank Statute and Regulations, 173-360:  http://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=173-360
  6. 30-Day Notice (020-95): https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/publications/SummaryPages/ECY02095.html
  7. Permanent Closure Notice (020-94): https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/publications/SummaryPages/ECY02094.html
  8. Site Check/Site Assessment Checklist (ECY 010-158): https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/publications/SummaryPages/ECY010158.html
  9. Guidance for Site Check/Site Assessment for Underground Storage Tanks: https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/publications/publications/9052.pdf

 

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1.2   REFERENCES

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EPA  40 CFR Part 280 Technical Standards and Corrective Actions For Owners and Operators of Underground Storage Tanks UST

 

EPA  40 CFR Section 112

Oil Pollution Prevention        

 

US Army Engineering Manuals (EM)

EM 1110-3-178          Removal of Underground Storage Tanks

 

EM 200-1-1              Validation of Analytical Chemistry Laboratories

 

Washington Administrative Codes (WAC)

173-360                    Underground Storage Tank Statute and Regulations

173-340                    Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA)

173-303                    Dangerous Waste Regulations

 

Washington Department of Ecology Publications

Pub 91-30                Guidance for

Remediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils

 

Pub 90-52               Guidance for Site Checks and Site Assessments for Underground Storage Tanks

 

JBLM Regulations

Reg 200-1                 Environmental Protection and Enhancement

 

1.4   SUBMITTALS

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SD-03 Product Data

Work Plan; G, ADD Fuel Management Office, 966-1748

Qualifications; G, ADD Fuel Management Office, 966-1748

SD-06 Test Reports

All parentheses, ADD Fuel Management Office, 966-1748

Tank Closure Report

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Requires government approval (G) through the JBLM Fuel Management Office, 966-1748

One electronic copy on CD Rom and 4 copies of the report for each UST site closed within 14 days of completing work

3.15   TANK CLOSURE REPORT

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Tank Closure Reports (one submitted for each tank/building site) shall follow the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Content and Form Requirements for UST Site Assessment/Tank Closure Reports and Pub 90-52 Guidance for Site Checks and Site Assessments for Underground Storage Tanks:

 

 

k.                  Copies of the following completed Washington State Department of Ecology documents:

                                            i.30-Day Notice (020-95)

                                          ii.  Closure and Site Assessment Notice (020-94)

                                        iii.Site Check/Site Assessment Checklist (010-158) - Must be signed by a Certified Washington State UST Site Assessor or a Washington State registered Professional Engineer.

                                        iv.Copy of the Tank Disposal Certificate

                                          v.Copy of the Site Assessor's certification

                                        vi.Copy of Tank De-commissioner's certification

 

Design Requirements

  1. JBLM is committed to protect and conserve the environment. UST removals on the installation will comply with all applicable environmental policy, laws and regulations; identify potential sources of pollution and meet or exceed Army goals for prevention of pollution and minimize adverse environmental impacts.
  2. Location of all storage tanks used during contract not exempt from EPA 40 CFR section 112. Provide emergency response action plan that interfaces with the installation plan and reporting requirements.

 

 

Notes to Designers on Drawing Content

Provide overall and site-specific site plan and materials removal plans as required in the attached specification to show required information. These may be attached to appropriate specification section or incorporated into the Contract drawings if complexity warrants.

 

 

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