Home Heating Oil FAQ ()
Home Heating Oil FAQ has been updated and can be found in the above link.
New entries on Database and Reports page.
Posted: 2013 Report on the Status of Leaking Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund
Posted: 2014 Report on the Noncommercial Leaking Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NONCOMMERCIAL FUND CLAIMANTS AND CONSULTANTS/CONTRACTORS
Status of Noncommercial Cleanup Fund Reimbursements
All noncommercial claims approved through November 15, 2013 have been paid. At this time, funds appropriated by the General Assembly in July 2013 have been expended. The existing recurring revenue source will provide reimbursement of approximately six to ten claims per month and all additional claim payments will be deferred until money is available for payment. All claims are reimbursed in the order of approval. Deferral times can be expected to increase at an accumulating rate of at least two to three months per calendar month.
New Downloadable report for tank owners/operators/fuel transporters & others - Permit-NC UST Facility Operating Permits.xls on the Database page. It lists all regulated UST facilities in North Carolina and displays the operating permit status and period of coverage. The report will be available as an excel file. The report will be initially available on a weekly basis, refreshed each Friday.
2011 Amendments to 15A NCAC 2N SL 2011-394 Section 11.4 - 11.8
2013 Amendments to 15A NCAC 2N SL 2013-413 Section 36
Electronic Eligibility Flowchart ()
The Eligibility Flowchart can be found in the above link.
Electronic Document Submittal for the UST Section Corrective Action Branch (see memo)
The UST Section is transitioning to electronic data management in order to enhance customer service,
reduce paper consumption, and decrease requirements for file space. Starting on March 1, 2014, all
reports (including, but not limited to, 20-Day Reports, Initial Abatement Action Reports, LSA Reports,
CSA Reports, CAPs, NTCPs, monitoring reports, etc.) required by the UST Section should be
submitted according to the instructions in the memo found in the above link.
Changes to the tables of approved methods for groundwater analysis in all UST Section corrective action guidelines (see memo)
Changes have been made to the tables which present the approved methods for groundwater analysis and sample containers/preservation in all of the five UST Section corrective action guidelines, effective from December 1, 2013. The changes were required because sample preparation for analysis of metals (chromium and lead) in groundwater by Standard Method 3030C, “Preliminary Treatment for Acid-Extractable Metals”, is no longer required. The basic preparation requirements of 3030C for determination of total metal concentration in unfiltered samples are incorporated in current analytical methods from sources listed in 15A NCAC 2L .0112 and 2L .0413. The water quality memorandum dated May 13, 2013 describes the current policy developed by the Division of Water Resources for metals determination.