Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 16 OF 31
|Main Title||Free-product release detection for underground storage tank systems /|
|Author||Lundy, D. A.|
|CORP Author||Midwest Research Inst., Falls Church, VA. ;Geraghty and Miller, Inc., Denver, CO.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Underground Storage Tanks.|
|Publisher||Geraghty & Miller,|
|Report Number||68-01-7383; EPA 510-K-92-813; EPA 510-K-92-814; EPA-68-01-7383|
|Subjects||Underground storage ; Storage tanks ; Petroleum--Underground storage--Florida|
|Additional Subjects||Florida ; Leak detection ; Underground storage ; Storage tanks ; Leaks ; Release ; Petroleum products ; Hydrocarbons ; Fuel storage ; Spilling ; Monitoring wells ; Leak detectors ; Design ; Construction ; Installation ; Hydrogeology ; Specifications ; Performance standards ; Regulations ; State programs|
|Collation||volumes ; 28 cm|
The primary objective of this report is to identify and assess the prevalence of both successes and problems encountered in the use of monitoring wells for UST site conditions in Florida.
Cover title. "EPA Contract No. 68-01-7383." "EPA 510-K-92-814." "Prepared for: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Underground Storage Tanks." "Submitted to: Midwest Research Institute." "February 1988." V. 2.
v. 2. The Effectiveness of petroleum tank release detection with wells in Florida.