Conn. Agencies Regs. § 25-54cc-3 - Design of terminal. Drawing of facilities filed

Current through March 4, 2022

Each licensed terminal shall be so designed, planned, constructed, and maintained so as to protect the public safety and prevent discharge or spillage into the waters of the state. Each licensed terminal shall file with the commission immediately after July first of each year a drawing or current revision of a drawing of its existing facilities. Such drawing of existing facilities filed with the commission shall be to scale and the sheet or sheets necessary shall not exceed twenty-four by thirty-six inches and shall show the size and location and identify all structures including, if applicable, but not limited to the following: tanks, diking, slop tank, loading racks, fences, roadways, storm drainage systems, truck washing stands, oil separators, disposal systems, points of transfer, transfer piping, storage areas for flexible hose or pollution correction equipment.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 25-54cc-3

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