To minimize air contamination by limiting the emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from gasoline storage tanks, gasoline dispensing facilities, bulk gasoline plants, and cargo trucks.
Stage I requirements apply to an owner or operator of an aboveground or underground gasoline storage tank having a capacity equal to or greater than 1,100 gallons or having an annual throughput equal to or greater than 120,000 gallons per year. Stage II requirements apply to an owner or operator of an aboveground or underground gasoline storage tank meeting the applicability criteria for a stage I system located in Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham or Strafford county, and having an annual throughput equal to or greater than 420,000 gallons per year or was constructed after November 15, 1990.
Statute and Administrative Rules
Env-Or 500 Recovery of Gasoline Vapors
Typically within 30 days.
Term is three years. Renewal is achieved by notifying the Underground Storage Tank Program of a stage II vapor recovery test schedule and then successfully conducting the test according to Env-Wm 1404.23.
The owner must notify the Underground Storage Tank Program within 10 days of any ownership change using a Stage I/II Gasoline Vapor Recovery Station Notification Form .
Status of Current Applications
Underground Storage Tank Facility Search
Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Facility Search
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