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Statutes are laws stating general authority, intention and purpose and are passed by the State Legislature.

Regulations define how statutory laws will be implemented and are adopted by agencies and approved by the Executive Branch.


Compiled SPAR Statutes and Regulations
  • SPAR Statutes & Regulations Handbook
    This is a compilation of selected Alaska Statutes and regulations that pertain to, or are closely associated with, the protection of public health and the environment from oil and hazardous substance pollution. This booklet is intended as an informational guide only and has been simplified for your convenience.

SPAR Statutes

Title 46, Water, Air, Energy and Environmental Conservation

SPAR Regulations


Program-specific Statutes and Regulations

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Contaminated Sites Programbullet CSP Homepage

Statutes (For the most current information, follow this link, choose the latest year's statutes, and click the "Next" button to find Title 46)
bulletAS 46.03.010. Declaration of policy
bulletAS 46.03.020. Powers of the department
bulletAS 46.03.024. Consideration in adopting pollution regulations
bulletAS 46.03.311. Public records
bulletAS 46.04.020 Removal of oil discharges.
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AS 46.09.020 Containment and cleanup of a released hazardous substance.


Regulations (for an index of the content of these Articles, follow the link)
bullet18 AAC 75, Article 3, Discharge reporting, cleanup, and disposal of oil and other hazardous substances.
bullet18 AAC 75, Article 9. General Provisions.
bullet18 AAC 78, Article 2. Corrective Action for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks
bullet18 AAC 78, Article 6. Cleanup Levels
bullet18 AAC 78, Article 9. General Provisions.

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Industry Preparedness Program bullet IPP Homepage

Statutes (For the most current information, follow this link, choose the latest year's statutes, and click the "Next" button to find Title 46)
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bulletAS 46.03.010. Declaration of policy
bulletAS 46.03.020. Powers of the department
bulletAS 46.03.024. Consideration in adopting pollution regulations
bulletAS 46.03.311. Public records

bulletAS 46.03.360 - AS46.03.450 Underground Storage Tank Systems

bulletAS 46.04.030. Oil discharge prevention and contingency plans.
bulletAS 46.04.035. Registration of oil spill response action contractors.
bulletAS 46.04.040. Proof of financial responsibility.
bulletAS 46.04.045. Adjustment of dollar amounts.
bulletAS 46.04.047. Noncrude oil operations.
bulletAS 46.04.050. Exemptions.
bulletAS 46.04.055. Nontank vessels and railroad tank cars.
bulletAS 46.04.060. Inspections.
bulletAS 46.04.065. Compliance verification for nontank vessels and for trains and related facilities and operations.
bulletAS 46.04.900 Definitions.


Regulations

bullet18 AAC 75, Article 1 Oil pollution prevention requirements (older link, see note above)
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18 AAC 75, Article 2 Financial responsibility for oil discharges.
bullet18 AAC 75, Article 4 Oil discharge prevention and contingency plans and nontank vessel plans. (older link, see note above)
bullet18 AAC 75, Article 5 Oil spill primary response action contractors and nontank vessel cleanup contractors, incident management teams, and response planning facilitators.
bullet18 AAC 75, Article 9
General provisions. (older link, see note above)

bullet18 AAC 78 Underground Storage Tanks.

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Prevention and Emergency Response Program bullet PERP Homepage

Statutes (For the most current information, follow this link, choose the latest year's statutes, and click the "Next" button to find Title 46)
bulletAS 46.03.010. Declaration of policy
bulletAS 46.03.020. Powers of the department
bulletAS 46.03.024. Consideration in adopting pollution regulations
bulletAS 46.03.311. Public records
bullet AS 46.03.500 - 599. Notice of illegal drug manufacturing site; internet list.
bullet AS 46.04.020. Removal of oil discharges.
bulletAS 46.04.025. Confidential information.
bulletAS 46.04.030. Oil discharge prevention and contingency plans.
bulletAS 46.04.035. Registration of oil spill response action contractors.
bulletAS 46.04.040. Proof of financial responsibility.
bulletAS 46.04.045. Adjustment of dollar amounts.
bulletAS 46.04.047. Noncrude oil operations.
bulletAS 46.04.050. Exemptions.
bulletAS 46.04.055. Nontank vessels and railroad tank cars.
bulletAS 46.04.060. Inspections.
bulletAS 46.04.065. Compliance verification for nontank vessels and for trains and related facilities and operations.
bulletAS. 46.04.070. Scope of regulations.
bulletAS 46.04.080. Catastrophic oil discharges.
bulletAS 46.04.090. Oil discharge cleanup personnel, equipment, expenses.
bulletAS 46.04.100. Compacts authorized.
bulletAS 46.04.110. Municipal powers limited.
bulletAS 46.04.120. [Renumbered as AS 46.04.900].
bulletAS 46.04.200. State master plan.
bulletAS 46.04.210. Regional master plan.
bulletAS 46.09.020 Containment and cleanup of a released hazardous substance
bulletAS 46.09.010. Report of hazardous substance releases.
bulletAS 46.09.020. Containment and cleanup of a released hazardous substance.
bulletAS 46.09.030. Disaster emergencies.
bulletAS 46.09.040. Hazardous substances containment and cleanup.
bulletAS 46.09.050. Compacts authorized.


Regulations
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18 AAC 75, Article 3, Discharge reporting, cleanup, and disposal of oil and other hazardous substances.
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18 AAC 79, Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites.

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Response Fund Administration Program bullet RFA Homepage

Statutes (For the most current information go to the Alaska Statute Infobase)
bulletAS 36.30. State Procurement Code
bulletAS 39.25. State Personnel Act
bulletAS 39.52.100. Article 2 Code of Ethics
bulletAS 46.03.010. Declaration of policy
bulletAS 46.03.020. Powers of the department
bulletAS 46.03.024. Consideration in adopting pollution regulations
bulletAS 46.03.311. Public records
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AS 46.03.360. Repealed (Board of Storage Tank Assistance; Reports)
bulletAS 46.03.365. Regulation of Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Systems.
bulletAS 46.03.370. Educational Assistance.
bulletAS 46.03.375. Certification of Storage Tank Workers.
bulletAS 46.03.380. Registration of Tanks and Tank Systems.
bulletAS 46.03.385. Registration Fee.
bulletAS 46.03.390. Notification of Changes in Tank Systems.
bulletAS 46.03.395. Notification of Tank System Closure.
bulletAS 46.03.400. Registration Forms.
bulletAS 46.03.405. Prohibitions.
bulletAS 46.03.410. Repealed (Storage Tank Assistance Fund)
bulletAS 46.03.415- 430. Repealed (Tank Tightness and Site Assessment Incentive Program), (Tank Cleanup Program), (Tank Upgrading and Closure Program)
bulletAS 46.03.440. Confidentiality of Financial Records.
bulletAS 46.03.450. Definitions.
bulletAS 46.04.010. Reimbursement for cleanup expenses.
bulletAS 46.08.005. Purpose of fund; description of accounts.
bulletAS 46.08.010. Fund established.
bulletAS 46.08.020. Financing of the oil and hazardous substance release prevention account; prevention mitigation account.
bulletAS 46.08.025. Financing of the oil and hazardous substance release response account; release mitigation account.
bulletAS 46.08.030. Intent concerning the abatement of oil or hazardous substance releases.
bulletAS 46.08.040. Uses of the fund.
bulletAS 46.08.045. Use of the response account; declared disasters.
bulletAS 46.08.050. Records of the fund.
bulletAS 46.08.060. Report.
bulletAS 46.08.070. Reimbursement for containment and cleanup.
bulletAS 46.08.075. Liens against property as security for state expenditures.
bulletAS 46.08.080. Regulations.


Regulations

bulletAAC Title 2 Administration Chapter 7 Personnel Rules.
bulletAAC Title 2 Administration Chapter 7 Procurement.
bulletAAC Title 2 Administration Chapter 15 Purchasing.
bulletAAC Title 18 Environmental Conservation Chapter 78


Alaska Administrative Manual

bulletAlaska Administrative Manual.

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Alaska Statutes bullet SPAR Homepage


Title 46, Water, Air, Energy and Environmental Conservation

Statutes (For the most current information, follow this link, choose the latest year's statutes, and click the "Next" button to find Title 46)


Chapter 3 . Environmental Conservation

AS 46.03.010. Declaration of policy
AS 46.03.020. Powers of the department
AS 46.03.024. Consideration in adopting pollution regulations
AS 46.03.311. Public records


Underground Storage Tank Systems

AS 46.03.360. Repealed (Board of Storage Tank Assistance; Reports)
AS 46.03.365. Regulation of Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Systems.
AS 46.03.370. Educational Assistance.
AS 46.03.375. Certification of Storage Tank Workers.
AS 46.03.380. Registration of Tanks and Tank Systems.
AS 46.03.385. Registration Fee.
AS 46.03.390. Notification of Changes in Tank Systems.
AS 46.03.395. Notification of Tank System Closure.
AS 46.03.400. Registration Forms.
AS 46.03.405. Prohibitions.
AS 46.03.410. Repealed (Storage Tank Assistance Fund)
AS 46.03.415. Repealed (Tank Tightness and Site Assessment Incentive Program)
AS 46.03.420. Repealed (Tank Cleanup Program)
AS 46.03.430. Repealed (Tank Upgrading and Closure Program)
AS 46.03.440. Confidentiality of Financial Records.
AS 46.03.450. Definitions.


Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites
AS 46.03.500. Notice of illegal drug manufacturing site; internet list.
AS 46.03.510. Restrictions on property.
AS 46.03.520. Sampling and testing procedures.
AS 46.03.530. Standards for determining fitness.
AS 46.03.540. Decontamination requirements.
AS 46.03.550. Fitness for use.
AS 46.03.560. Securing the property.
AS 46.03.570. Duties of the department; regulations.
AS 46.03.599. Definitions.


Oil and Hazardous substance pollution
AS 46.03.740. Oil pollution
AS 46.03.742. Reckless operation of tank vessel.
AS 46.03.743. Negligent operation of tank vessel.
AS 46.03.744. Definitions for AS 46.03.742 - 46.03.744
AS 46.03.745. Hazardous substance release.
AS 46.03.750. Ballast water discharge.
AS 46.03.755. Discharge reporting.
AS 46.03.758. Civil penalties for discharges of oil.
AS 46.03.759. Civil penalties for discharges of crude oil.
AS 46.03.760. Civil action for pollution; damages.
AS 46.03.761. Administrative penalties.
AS 46.03.763. Attorney fees and costs.
AS 46.03.765. Injunctions.
AS 46.03.770. Detention of vessel without warrant as security for damages.
AS 46.03.780. Liability for restoration.
AS 46.03.790. Criminal penalties.

AS 46.03.820. Emergency powers.
AS 46.03.822. Strict liability for the release of hazardous substances.
AS 46.03.823. Hazardous substance response action contractors.
AS 46.03.824. Damages.
AS 46.03.825. Oil spill response action contractors.
AS 46.03.826. Definitions for AS 46.03.822 - 46.03.828.

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Chapter 4 . Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution

AS 46.04.010. Reimbursement for cleanup expenses.
AS 46.04.020. Removal of oil discharges.
AS 46.04.025. Confidential information.
AS 46.04.030. Oil discharge prevention and contingency plans.
AS 46.04.035. Registration of oil spill response action contractors.
AS 46.04.040. Proof of financial responsibility.
AS 46.04.045. Adjustment of dollar amounts.
AS 46.04.047. Noncrude oil operations.
AS 46.04.050. Exemptions.
AS 46.04.055. Nontank vessels and railroad tank cars.
AS 46.04.060. Inspections.
AS 46.04.065. Compliance verification for nontank vessels and for trains and related facilities and operations.
AS. 46.04.070. Scope of regulations.
AS 46.04.080. Catastrophic oil discharges.
AS 46.04.090. Oil discharge cleanup personnel, equipment, expenses.
AS 46.04.100. Compacts authorized.
AS 46.04.110. Municipal powers limited.
AS 46.04.120. [Renumbered as AS 46.04.900].
AS 46.04.200. State master plan.
AS 46.04.210. Regional master plan.
AS 46.04.890. Applicability of Administrative Procedure Act.
AS 46.04.900. Definitions.


Chapter 8 . Oil and Hazardous Substance Releases

AS 46.08.005. Purpose of fund; description of accounts.
AS 46.08.010. Fund established.
AS 46.08.020. Financing of the oil and hazardous substance release prevention account; prevention mitigation account.
AS 46.08.025. Financing of the oil and hazardous substance release response account; release mitigation account.
AS 46.08.030. Intent concerning the abatement of oil or hazardous substance releases.
AS 46.08.040. Uses of the fund.
AS 46.08.045. Use of the response account; declared disasters.
AS 46.08.050. Records of the fund.
AS 46.08.060. Report.
AS 46.08.070. Reimbursement for containment and cleanup.
AS 46.08.075. Liens against property as security for state expenditures.
AS 46.08.080. Regulations.
AS 46.08.110. Repealed (46.08.120. Response corps; response depots)
AS 46.08.130. Duties of the office.
AS 46.08.140. Emergency powers.
AS 46.08.150. Contracts.
AS 46.08.160. Limitation of liability.
AS 46.08.190. Definition of "office" for AS 46.08.100 - 46.08.190.
AS 46.08.900. Definitions.


Chapter 9 . Hazardous Substance Release Control

AS 46.09.020. Containment and cleanup of a released hazardous substance
AS 46.09.010. Report of hazardous substance releases.
AS 46.09.020. Containment and cleanup of a released hazardous substance.
AS 46.09.030. Disaster emergencies.
AS 46.09.040. Hazardous substances containment and cleanup.
AS 46.09.050. Compacts authorized.
AS 46.09.060. Municipalities.
AS 46.09.070. Regulations.
AS 46.09.900. Definitions.

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Alaska Administrative Code of Regulations


18 AAC 75, Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Control (as amended through October 1, 2011)

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Chapter 75 -
Article 1 - Oil Pollution Prevention Requirements

Section 5 . Responsibility.
Section 7 . General Oil Pollution Prevention Requirements.
Section 15
. Waiver.
Section 20 . Oil Discharge Prevention Training & Recordkeeping
Section 25
. Transfer Requirements.
Section 27
. Requirements for laden tank vessels.
Section 37
. Requirements for laden oil barges.
Section 45
. Operating requirements for exploration and production facilities
Section 47. Requirements for flow lines at production facilities
Section 55
. Leak detection, monitoring, and operating requirements for crude oil transmission pipelines.
Section 65
. Field-constructed aboveground oil storage tank equirements.
Section 66 . Shop-fabricated aboveground oil storage tanks
Section 75 . Secondary containment requirements for aboveground oil storage and surge tanks
Section 80
. Requirements for facilty oil piping.
Section 85 . Requirements for railroad tank cars and operations by rail
Section 90
. Repealed.


Article 2 . Financial Responsibility For Oil Discharges.

Section 205 . Application for approval.
Section 215
. Applications submitted by facsimile.
Section 220 . Application for amendment.
Section 225 . Renewals.
Section 235
. Amount and evidence of financial responsibility: general provisions.
Section 236
. Amount and evidence of financial responsibility: onshore production facilities.
Section 237
. Public access to records.
Section 240
. Certificate of proof of financial responsibility.
Section 245
. Self-insurance.
Section 250
. Insurance.
Section 255
. Surety.
Section 260
. Guaranty.
Section 265
. Letters of credit.
Section 270
. Other proof of financial responsibility for tank vessels, oil barges, oil terminal facilities, and oil exploration or production facilities, pipelines and railroad tank cars.
Section 271 . Proof of financial responsibility for nontank vessels.
Section 272
. Termination or cancellation of proof of financial responsibility.
Section 275
. Service of process.
Section 280
. Classification as an oil terminal facility.
Section 285
. Oil terminal facilities.
Section 290
. Enforcement.


Article 3. Discharge Reporting, Cleanup, and Disposal of Oil and Other Hazardous Substances.

Section 300 . Discharge or Release Notification; Reporting Requirements
Section 305 . Posting of Information Required.
Section 310 . Scope and Duration of Initial Response Actions.
Section 315 . Initial Response Actions.
Section 320 . Department Oversight of Containment and Cleanup.
Section 325 . Site Cleanup Rules: Purpose, Applicability, and General Provisions.
Section 330 . Interim Removal Actions.
Section 335 . Site Characterization.
Section 340 . Soil Cleanup Levels; General Requirements.
Section 341 . Soil Cleanup Levels; Tables.[Download current version of Chapter 75, article 3 for printable tables.]
Section 345 . Groundwater and Surface Water Cleanup Levels
Section 350 . Groundwater Use.
Section 355 . Sampling and Analysis.
Section 360 . Cleanup Operation Requirements.
Section 365 . Offsite or Portable Treatment Facilities.
Section 370 . Soil Storage and Disposal.
Section 375 . Institutional Controls.
Section 380 . Final Reporting Requirements and Site Closure.
Section 385 . Appeals
Section 390 . Waiver or Modification.
Section 395 . Interference with Cleanup Prohibited.
Section 396 . Local Control.

Article 4. Oil Discharge Prevention and Contingency Plans and Nontank Vessel Plans.

Section 400 . Applicability
Section 405
. Pre-application notification and consultation.
Section 410
. Application procedures.
Section 412
. (Repealed).
Section 413
. Transitional provisions for review and approval of nontank vessel plans.
Section 415 . Application for amendment.
Section 420
. Application for renewal.
Section 425
. Oil discharge prevention and contingency plan contents.
Section 426 . Nontank vessel streamlined plan contents.
Section 427 . Nontank vessel equivalent plan contents.
Section 428 . Response planning facilitator
Section 430
. Response planning standards.
Section 432 . Response planning standards for oil terminal facilities.
Section 433 . Response planning standards for railroad tank cars.
Section 434 . Response planning standards for exploration or production facilities.
Section 436
. Response planning standards for crude oil pipelines.
Section 438
. Response planning standards for crude oil tank vessels and barges.
Section 440
. Response planning standards for noncrude oil tank vessels and barges.
Section 441 . Response planning standards for nontank vessels.
Section 442
. Response planning standards for multiple operations.
Section 443 . Prevention credits for nontank vessels.
Section 445
. Approval criteria for oil discharge prevention and contingency plans.
Section 446 . Approval criteria for nontank vessel equivalent plans.
Section 447
. Department examination of new technologies.
Section 455
. Department review procedures for oil discharge prevention and contingency plans and nontank vessel equivalent plans.
Section 456 . Department decision on nontank vessel streamlined plans.
Section 457 . Emergency modification of review process.
Section 459
. Preissuance conference.
Section 460
. Department decision on oil discharge prevention and contingency plans and nontank equivalent plans.
Section 465
. Proof of approved plan.
Section 470
. Transfers between plan holders.
Section 475
. Notification of nonreadiness.
Section 480
. Inspections.
Section 485
. Discharge exercises.
Section 490
. Failure to comply.
Section 495
. Regional master discharge prevention and contingency plan boundaries.
Section 496 . Regional response operations plan boundaries for nontank vessels.


Article 5. Oil Spill Primary Response Action Contractors and Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors, Incident Management Teams, and Response Planning Facilitators.

Section 500 . Definition of Oil Spill Primary Response Action Contractor; Applicability
Section 501 . Applicability with Respect to Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors, Nontank Vessel Incident Management Teams, and Response Planning Facilitators.
Section 510 . General Provisions.
Section 520
. Application for Oil Spill Primary Response Action Contractor Registration or Renewal.
Section 521 . Application for Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractor Registration.
Section 522 . Application for Nontank Vessel Incident Management Team Registration.
Section 523 . Application for Response Planning Facilitator Registration.
Section 530 . Registration Application Contents for Oil Spill Primary Response Action Contractors.
Section 531 . Registration Application Contents for Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors.
Section 532 . Registration Application Contents for Nontank Vessel Incident Management Teams.
Section 533 . Registration Application Contents for Response Planning Facilitators.
Section 540
. Registration and Renewal Fees.
Section 550
. Application Review Procedures for Oil Spill Primary Response Action Contractors.
Section 551 . Application Review Procedures for Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors.
Section 552 . Application Review Procedures for Nontank Vessel Incident Management Teams.
Section 553 . Application Review Procedures for Response Planning Facilitators.
Section 560
. Minimum Registration Standards for Oil Spill Primary Response Cleanup Contractors.
Section 561 . Minimum Registration Standards for Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors.
Section 562 . Minimum Registration Standards for Nontank Vessel Incident Management Teams.
Section 563 . Minimum Registration Standards for Response Planning Facilitators.
Section 565 . Discharge Exercises for Nontank Vessel Cleanup Contractors and Nontank Vessel Incident Management Teams.
Section 570 . Failure to Comply.
Section 580
. Voluntary Termination of Registration.


Article 6. Civil Penalties For Discharge of Petroleum and Petroleum Products and Byproducts.

Section 605 . Applicability.
Section 610
. Freshwater Environments.
Section 620
. Marine Environments.
Section 630
. Public Land Environments.
Section 640
. Toxicity of Petroleum and Petroleum Products and Byproducts.
Section 650
. Degradability of Petroleum and Petroleum Products and Byproducts.
Section 660
. Dispersibility of Petroleum and Petroleum Products and Byproducts.
Section 670
. Schedule of Civil Penalties.


Article 7. Surface Oiling.

Section 700 . Surface Oiling Permit.
Section 710
. Exemption from Surface Oiling Permit.
Section 720
. Prohibitions.
Section 730
. Decision on Application for Surface Oiling Permit; Permit Terms and Conditions.


Article 8. Oil Discharge For Scientific Purposes.

Section 800 . Permit for Oil Discharge for Scientific Purposes.
Section 810
. Permit Procedures.
Section 820
. Modification of Permit.
Section 830
. Termination of Permit.


Article 9. General Provisions.

Section 905 . Falsification prohibited.
Section 990 . Definitions.

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18 AAC 78, Underground Storage Tanks

(as amended through July 25, 2012)

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18 AAC 78 Underground Storage Tanks
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Chapter 78 -
Article 1 - Underground Storage Tanks

Section 005 . Applicability; Exemptions
Section 007 . UST Procedures Manual
Section 008 . Operator Training
Section 010
. Minimum Requirements
Section 015
. Registration and Fees
Section 017
. Operations Inspection
Section 018
. Acceptance Prohibitions
Section 020
. Notification for Tanks Taken Out of Service
Section 022
. Requirements for Existing UST Systems
Section 025
. Requirements for New UST Systems
Section 030
. Requirements to Upgrade a UST System.
Section 035
. Changes in Configuration of System
Section 040
. Spill and Overfill Control
Section 045
. Operation and Maintenance of Corrosion Protection
Section 050
. Compatibility
Section 055
. Repairs Allowed
Section 060
. Release Detection and Reporting
Section 065
. Release Detection Methods and Monitoring for Tanks
Section 070
. Release Detection Methods and Monitoring for Piping
Section 075
. (Repealed)
Section 080
. Temporary Closure
Section 085
. Permanent Closure and Change-In-Service
Section 090
. Site Characterization and Assessment
Section 095
. Applicability To Previously Closed UST Systems
Section 100
. Inspection, Reporting, and Recordkeeping Requirements


Article 2. Corrective Action for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks

Section 200 . Investigating a Suspected Release
Section 210
. Investigation Methods
Section 220
. Release Notification and Response
Section 230
. Initial Abatement
Section 235
. Release Investigation
Section 240
. Corrective Action
Section 250
. Corrective Action Plan
Section 260
. Corrective Action Plan Approval
Section 270
. Corrective Action Plan Revisions
Section 271
. General Corrective Action Requirements
Section 273
. Offsite or Portable Treatment Facilities
Section 274
. Storage, Movement, and Disposal of Soil and Groundwater
Section 275
. Sampling and Analysis
Section 276
. Final Corrective Action Reporting Requirements and Site Closure
Section 280
. Public Participation


Article 3. Repealed


Article 4. Certification of Underground Storage Tank Workers and Inspectors

Section 400 . Certification Required
Section 410
. Categories of Certification
Section 415
. Certification Requirements
Section 420
. Examination Requirements
Section 425
. Work Experience and Education Requirements
Section 430
. Display of Certificate
Section 435
. Term of Certification
Section 440
. Renewal Requirements
Section 450
. Technical Review Committee
Section 455
. Standards of Practice
Section 470
. Suspension or Revocation; Disciplinary Action
Section 475
. Reciprocity
Section 476
. Conflict of Interest Prohibition
Section 480
. Certification of Department Employees
Section 490
. Administration
Section 495
. Fees
Section 499
. Definitions


Article 5. Storage Tank Assistance Fund (Sections repealed or deleted October 2006)


Article 6. Cleanup Levels

Section 600 . Cleanup Levels: General Requirements
Section 605
. Soil Sample number and Location
Section 610
. Soil Cleanup Levels
Section 615
. Groundwater and Surface Water Sample Number and Location
Section 620
. Groundwater and Surface Water Cleanup Levels
Section 625
. Institutional Controls


Article 8. Underground Storage Tank Laboratory Approval

Section 800 . Approval Requirements
Section 810
. Laboratory Status
Section 815 . Change in Laboratory Status


Article 9. General Provisions

Section 910 . Financial Responsibility
Section 920
. Coordination With Related Federal, State, and Local Requirements
Section 930
. Waivers or Modifications
Section 940
. Enforcement
Section 950
. Dispute Resolution
Section 960
. Appeals
Section 995
. Definitions

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18 AAC 79, Illegal Drug Manufacturing Sites

Chapter 79 -

Section 010 . Notice of illegal drug manufacturing site; list of properties
Section 020 . Sampling and testing procedures
Section 030 . Fitness standards
Section 040 . Decontamination procedures
Section 050 . Laboratory reports
Section 900 . Definitions

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