In cases where UST authorization is granted to a person other than the UST operator (s), the holder of the marketing authorization must enter into a written agreement with the UST operator (s). This form can be used for this purpose. The National Water Management Board has significantly changed several forms of regulation. The communication testing requirement has been removed from the monitoring system certification form and the secondary audit reporting form. Structural changes to the forms have been added to make it easier for UST owners, operators and local authorities to use and be accessible to all users. The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Water Board) amended the California Regulations Code, Title 23, Division 3, Chapter 16 (California Underground Storage Tank (UST) Regulations). These changes include both changes to local government reporting obligations and changes to reporting obligations for UST owners and operators. The effective date for these amendments is October 1, 2020. According to UN-106 Unidocs: «In cases where the underground storage tank (UST) is issued to a person other than the UST operator (s), the licensee must enter into a written agreement with the UST operator (s) that requires the UST operator (s) to monitor the UST (s), keep appropriate records, that it performs notification procedures and works according to the conditions of the authorization granted by the local unified program agency (UPA). The use of this form to meet this requirement is optional. You can use your own format, as long as it meets the requirements of HSC 25284 (a)3). The State Water Board also amended the requirements set out in the UST Regulations in California, Section 2716, to clarify the owners and operators of the UST designated as responsible for the visual inspection of UST operators. This amendment requires the owner or operator of the UST to sign the operator`s designated visual inspection report within 72 hours of receipt and to confirm the results of the inspection in the Designated Underground Storage Tank Operator Visual Inspection Report. Guidance Documents on the New Reporting Requirements Tom Henderson State Water Resources Control Board Division of Water Quality 1001 «I» Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 319-9128 Tom.Henderson@waterboards.ca.gov All comments were from Jeanine Townsend, Clerk to the Board, by email at email@example.com, fax to (916) 341-5620, or post or post at: Jeanine Townsend, Clerk to the State Board Water Resources Control Board P.O.
Box 100, Sacramento, CA 95812-2000 (by mail) 1001 «I» St, 24th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 (manually) Requests for copies of the text of the regulations, Reasons or otherwise In addition, the State Water Board has included in Section 2713 requirements for local authorities to provide annual compliance inspection data using the Environmental Information System (ESRS). , the national web system used to collect and communicate data relating to hazardous substances.