*As of November 21st, 2016, the Storage Tank Division within Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) no longer utilizes the database hosted on this site. Please see the LARA Storage Tank Division site for more information on storage tanks and to notify LARA of suspected or confirmed releases from an Underground Storage Tank regulated under Part 211.
The tank and owner information is based on forms provided by the owner/operator. The information may not be reflective of actual site and tank data due to various reasons, such as owner's failure to report changes, owner error in reporting ownership changes, and data entry errors. The database that hosts this website’s information ceased tracking tank and owner changes as of November 21, 2016. However, release information is added to the database/website on a regular basis. The DEQ does not make any representations regarding the accuracy of the information nor does it accept any responsibility for errors or omissions contained therein.
An OPEN LUST
site means a location where a release has occurred from an underground
storage tank system, and where corrective actions have not been completed to
meet the appropriate land use criteria. An OPEN LUST site may have more than
one confirmed release.
A CLOSED LUST
site means a location where a release has occurred from an underground storage
tank system, and where corrective actions have been completed to meet the
appropriate land use criteria. In accordance with Section 21315(1) of Part 213,
Leaking Underground Storage Tank, of the Natural Resources and Environmental
Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (Act 451), the MDEQ may audit a closure
report, wherein the results of corrective actions are documented, up to 6
months after receipt of the closure report. This audit window may result in a
confirmed release(s) being reopened during the 6 month time frame following
receipt of a closure report if deficiencies are noted.
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