Underground Storage Tanks (UST) storing either petroleum or certain hazardous substances can be ticking time bombs for property owners, both environmentally and financially. The greatest potential threat from a leaking UST is contamination of soil and groundwater, which is why the State Fire Marshall – Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulation (BUSTR) requires responsible parties with known releases from their UST systems to address the contamination through investigative and remedial practices in the spirit of restoring and protecting groundwater resources.
ENVi is well aware of all the requirements involved in complying with BUSTR. ENVi has worked with various property owners in assessing subsurface conditions relating to leaking, or historical, underground storage tanks.
From site reconnaissance including ground penetrating radar to assess actual presence/location of historical USTs, to the removal and closure of UST systems, Tier I and Tier II site investigations and Remedial Action Plans – ENVi efficiently manages BUSTR projects to ensure BUSTR compliance and property owner liability.