Storing your fuel wisely

Deierlein, Bob
December 1997
World Wastes;Dec97, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p39
Trade Publication
Presents advice for refuse disposal companies on storing fuel prior to the replacement or upgrading of existing underground storage tanks (UST) in the United States. Options; Actions taken by specific companies; Factors in selecting USTs over above-ground storage tanks (ASTs); Regulations on USTs. INSET: Fuel storage hotlines..


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