Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Facility Inspection
What is this service?
This service allows you to request an inspection of your Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank system operated within San Luis Obispo County.
Who can use this service?
This service is available to all Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank facilities regulated by the Environmental Health Services Division. Inspections are required to verify facility compliance with the prepared Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans. SPCC Plans are required for tank systems greater than 1,320 gallons. Some exceptions apply.
Is there a charge for this service?
Annual fees are required for Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank systems regulated by the Environmental Health Services Division. The fee provides regulatory compliance oversight, one routine inspection and one reinspection. Additional chargeable inspections may be required if compliance is not achieved during the routine and first reinspection. No fee is required for an initial consultation to determine if a health permit is required. Please refer to our Fee Schedule or contact our office at (805) 781-5544.
When and where is this service offered?
Inspections are performed throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.
Please visit us, email us, contact us, or call our office to request an inspection of your aboveground petroleum storage tank facility operated within San Luis Obispo County.
Location, directions and hours of operation
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Environmental Health Division
2156 Sierra Way Suite B San Luis Obispo , CA 93401
Tel: (805) 781-5544
Fax: (805) 781-4211
Environmental Health Supervisors
Laurie Salo (805) 781-5552; firstname.lastname@example.org
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Leslie Terry (805) 781-5553; email@example.com
- Beach Water Quality, Cross-Connection, Land Use, Small Public Water Systems, Waste Tires, Water Well Programs
Aaron LaBarre (805) 781-5595; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hazardous Materials (CUPA) Programs