Unidocs.org home page
Contact Us  Sitemap  Search

UST Closure Page Updated on 12/16/2015

QUICK LINKS (by Subject Area)

The documents listed below are available in PDF format and/or as Microsoft Word files. If you need help downloading, printing, or entering data for any of these documents, please view the Download Instructions and Uniform Document Questions and Answers pages.


Number
(Rev. Date)
Format
Description
UN-066
(12/16/15)
Tank System On-Site Cleaning Application
Adobe PDF Icon
Application form for certifying as non-hazardous an aboveground or underground storage tank system that previously contained a hazardous material or hazardous waste. (Note: Submittal of this form is not required if the tank is merely rinsed to lessen the risk of explosion during removal and/or transportation off-site.)
UN-065
(11/16/15)
Tank System On-Site Cleaning Requirements
Adobe PDF Icon
Guidance document describing State hazardous waste regulatory requirements for certifying as non-hazardous an aboveground or underground storage tank system that previously contained a hazardous material or hazardous waste.
UN-002
(11/16/15)
Underground Storage Tank System and Sump Closure Requirements

Guidance document describing requirements for removal or closure-in-place (if allowed by local agency) of USTs and sumps.
UN-003
(12/16/15)

Underground Storage Tank System Closure Permit Application

 
Adobe PDF Icon
Submit this form to apply for a permit to close or remove an underground storage tank system.
UN-078
(11/9/15)

Underground Storage Tank System Closure Sampling and Laboratory Analyses Requirements


Adobe PDF Icon
Document describing laboratory analyses required for UST system (tanks and piping) closure activities in Santa Clara County.
UPCF HWF1249
(2/16/00)
UPCF Hazardous Waste - Hazardous Waste Tank Closure Certification MS Word Icon
Adobe PDF Icon

This form must be completed and uploaded as a PDF file attachment to the local Unified Program Agency (UPA) electronic reporting portal or the California Electronic Reporting System (CERS) to certify that aboveground and underground storage tanks which previously contained hazardous materials, and which are cleaned on-site, have been properly rendered non-hazardous. (Note: Submittal of this form is not required if the tank is merely rinsed to lessen the risk of explosion during removal and/or transportation off-site.)