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Federally Regulated Tanks in New Hampshire

Posted 12/8/2016

UST Fuel Dispensing FacilitiesNumber
Total Active Facilities1049
Total Active USTs2733

The compliance rate is based on the combined performance record measure for significant operation compliance for both the State of New Hampshireand the federal underground storage tank requirements. The State of New Hampshire compliance criteria is more stringent then those of the federal requirements. Criteria can be found at the DES WEB site  Compliance Checklist


Inspection Period: 12/8/2015 To 12/8/2016
Tank Inspections of Federally Regulated Underground Storage Tank Facilities New HampshireNumber
Compliance Rate29%
Number of Federally Inspected Regulated Facilities (one year) 429

Release Reporting Date: 12/8/2015 To 12/8/2016
Release SourceRelease CauseTotalSource Percent
LEAKOVERFILL1 50.00%
DELIVERY TO TANKPHYSICAL OR MECHANICAL DAMAGE2 100.00%
R SPILL ORIGINSPHYSICAL OR MECHANICAL DAMAGE1 100.00%
LINELEAKINSTALLATION PROBLEMS1 100.00%
DISPENSERUNKNOWN1 100.00%
LEAKUNKNOWN1 50.00%
Total Amount of Spills: 7

 

Public site specific information about underground storage tank facility compliance and/or releases can be found on the State of NH OneStop data retrieval Site. OneSTop UST query                                                                                                                                                      


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