HomeAbove Ground Fuel Tank InspectionsAbove-ground Fuel Storage Tank Inspections: Alaska

In Alaska, above-ground fuel storage tanks are typically regulated by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) under the Alaska Administrative Code (AAC) Title 18, Chapter 75. This chapter sets out the requirements for the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of above-ground storage tanks (ASTs) that contain petroleum or other hazardous substances.

Specifically, 18 AAC 75.345 requires that all regulated ASTs must be visually inspected annually by a qualified inspector. The inspector must be certified by the Steel Tank Institute (STI) or the American Petroleum Institute (API), or have equivalent qualifications approved by ADEC. The inspection must include an examination of the tank and associated piping, as well as non-destructive testing of the tank shell and bottom.

In addition to the annual inspections, 18 AAC 75.355 requires that all regulated ASTs must be maintained in a safe and operable condition at all times. This includes regular monitoring for leaks, corrosion, and other signs of damage, as well as promptly repairing or replacing any damaged components.

It’s important to note that the specific requirements for above-ground fuel storage tank inspections and maintenance in Alaska can vary depending on the type of tank and the product being stored, so it’s important to check with ADEC to ensure that you are in compliance with all applicable regulations.

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