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|Main Title||Underground motor fuel storage tanks : a national survey /|
|Author||Dietz, S. K. ; Flora, J. D. ; Strenio, J. F. ; Vincent, C. J.|
|CORP Author||Westat, inc.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Toxic Substances. Exposure Evaluation Division.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances,|
|Report Number||EPA 560/5-86-013; 68-02-4243; 68-02-3938; EPA 560/5-86-013 A-B; EPA-68-02-4243; EPA-68-02-3938|
|Additional Subjects||Petroleum--Underground storage ; Underground storage ; Fuel tanks ; Fuel storage ; Storage tanks ; Tank linings ; Leakage ; Survey ; Automotive fuels|
|Collation||2 volumes ; 28 cm|
A nationally representative sample of 2,812 establishments were interviewed to determine the presence of underground motor fuel storage tanks. The sample represented establishments in fuel-related industries (1,612), large establishments in all other industries (600), and farms (600). A total of 890 of these establishments were found to have a total of 2,445 underground motor fuel storage tanks. A subsample of 218 establishments was selected for tank tightness testing, using a modification of a commercially available test. The method over-filled the tank system into a standpipe, and thus detected leakage anywhere in the system of tank vessel, pipes, lines, joints, and fittings.
"May 1, 1986." "EPA 560/5-86-013"--Cover.
v. 1. Technical report -- v. 2. Appendices.