California State Water Resources Control Board published a notice which clarifies the requirements for conducting overfill prevention equipment inspections of USTs
You can view the entire notice by clicking here.
Fires occur every year in the county due to unmonitored green waste piles. These fires can burn for days and can result in costly clean ups, damage to the environment, and a strain on our fire response personnel.
If green material is left in piles for a long period of time, with the right conditions, it will start to decompose, creating a fire.
Property owners make sure you know how to properly dispose of any hazardous waste or material that has been left behind at your properties.
The Department of Environmental Health will accept electronic plan submittals for underground storage tanks (UST) in addition to the traditional plan review process. Electronic plan submittal is not mandatory but is offered as a convenience that will reduce paper waste and driving time. Please see the UST electronic plan submittal bulletin for more information.