Hazardous Waste Program

Tanks Section

What's New | Quick Links | Maps | Aboveground Storage Tanks

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The goal of the tanks section is to protect human health and the environment by building conditions under which good management of underground storage tank systems is common business practice.

In 1984, the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act established a regulatory program for underground storage tanks. (RCRA Subtitle I) - The Missouri law governing the use of underground storage tank systems is found in Chapter 319.100-139 RSMo at the Missouri General Assembly website.

The tanks section primary duties include:

The Compliance and Technology Unit:

The Budget and Planning Section:

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For Sunshine Law requests or file reviews, please contact our Records Center at

To find out what is happening at the national level, visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Underground Storage Tanks home page. This particular website is a tremendous resource with federal regulations, frequently asked questions, information from all 50 states, technical bulletins and fact sheets.

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Maps

Map of underground storage tanks

Click this map to see active underground storage tank sites as well as locations of ongoing cleanups of releases from aboveground and underground storage tanks in Missouri.

 

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Note icon.A Note About Above Ground Storage Tanks

The operation of above ground storage tanks is not regulated by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. For information about regulation and inspection of above ground storage tanks, contact the Missouri Department of Agriculture, 573-751-5636. Petroleum releases from above ground storage tanks must be managed using the Missouri Risk-Based Corrective Action Process for Petroleum .

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