Having a compliance process in place will help avoid fines for convenience stores.
Corey McMillan, Manager, FMS at Insite360
In October 2018, the 2015 UST requirements will be in effect, and convenience store owners will be conducting the first inspections. The new EPA requirements mean that every 30 days the following fueling equipment must be inspected or tested:
- spill prevention equipment,
- overfill prevention equipment,
- release detection equipment
- underground fuel storage tanks (UST’s)
At Insite360, we have not only revised our alarm management and compliance software and services to accommodate the new requirements, but we are creating new alarm protocol procedures and reports that will help you breeze through the new inspections.
Instie360’s Alarm & Compliance Management team provides the following services:
- 24/7/365 remote management compliance solution for aboveground and underground storage tank systems with Automated Tank Gauges (ATGs)
- Alarm diagnosis, troubleshooting, and dispatching for ATGs
- Passing compliance success rate for tank and line release detection methods associated with electronic equipment connected to ATGs
- Dispatch scalability and resolution associated with alarms identified by the Automated Tank GaugeRecord retention associated with operation and maintenance for ATGs
In addition, the reduction in needless service calls, avoidance of potential penalties of up to $10,000 daily, manual processes and man-hours translates into significant cost savings. Insite360’s environmental compliance system frees up your personnel to focus on your business, and your customers.
By combining our industry leading technology with a team of seasoned professionals, Insite360’s alarm and compliance management service provides proactive cloud-based management insights into storage tank compliance and maintenance to reduce financial, environmental and operational risk for suppliers, distributors and buyers internationally.