NJDEP Posts Expired UST RegistrationsDecember 5, 2018

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) announced that it has added a new report to its DataMiner records site. Specifically, the NJDEP has posted a report that provides a list of all underground storage tank (“UST”) facilities with expired UST registrations. NJDEP asserts that the report was created to ensure that UST facilities are properly registered, prior to fuel being delivered, to assist fuel suppliers. NJDEP can issue violations to fuel suppliers if they deliver fuel to a UST that is not properly registered. The report can be searched by county and is available in both PDF and Excel format.

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