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  • Is there any deterioration on the tank, tank coating, piping, foundation, drainage, supports, ladder, platform, or safety equipment? For molded plastic tanks, check for evidence of cracked and worn areas and delamination. If yes, specify below.

  • Is there any water at the lowest possible point within the primary tank (fuel tanks only)? Remove any water found. For tanks containing other products, is there any evidence of chemical degradation?

  • Is there any evidence of liquid (product or water) in the interstitial space (double-walled tanks) or containment area?

  • Are all drain valves secured in the closed position when not in use and all tank openings properly sealed? Are the piping connections tight and aligned?

  • IS the spill basket clean and functional?

  • IS the liquid level gauge readable and in good condition?

  • Are there any obstructions or restrictions to the normal and emergency vents that prevent normal function? Ensure that the emergency vent moves freely.

  • Is there any evidence of a release from the tank - this includes visible signs of leakage around the tank, concrete pad, containment area, ringwall, and / or ground.

  • Is there a clear path to the tank or containment area, and are gates / doors to the containment area operable and in good condition.

  • Is a complete spill kit available?

  • Are there any conditions that may be a fire or safety hazard, or pose an environmental hazard? If yes, specify below.

  • Any deficiencies noted during the inspection must be corrected as soon as possible. If there are any questions, call the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at 814-865-6391. Comments/Clarifications and Corrections:

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