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Do you need an STI-SP001 Inspection?

a large industrial storage tank labeled "S-169A." The tank is white with various pipes and safety markings, and it is situated outdoors, surrounded by a yellow barrier. There is a control panel or pump station next to the tank, and palm trees can be seen in the background

Each year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) receives 14,000 oil spills reports. In 1974 the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures took effect in hope of decreasing the number of oil spills. Since then the SPCC standards have been revised and updated to help ensure that oil spills rarely or never happen.

a row of large white industrial storage tanks labeled "JET FUEL JP-8." The tanks are situated outdoors and have safety markings and identification labels. They are equipped with pipes and safety railings on top, indicating they are used for storing jet fuel. The tanks are mounted on concrete bases.Tanks applicable for inspections include aboveground oil storage tanks that hold more than 1,320 gallons of oil and underground oil storage tanks that hold more than 42,000 gallons.

are no leaks, or signs of future spills.

When it comes to STI-SP001 inspections, you want to make sure it’s done by certified professionals and at CODE Steel that’s exactly what you’ll get.

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