2010 Florida Statutes
Containment and integrity plan.
Containment and integrity plan.—
The owner or operator of each mineral acid storage tank shall prepare and have in place a containment and integrity plan (CIP) for the facility. The plan shall detail the facility’s inspection and maintenance program for each mineral acid tank at the facility. The CIP shall include procedures and requirements designed to minimize the risk of spills, releases, and discharges from tanks. The CIP shall be reviewed and updated every 2 years.
A professional engineer registered in the state shall certify that the tanks covered by the CIP for that facility have been inspected and maintained in accordance with the CIP and that the integrity and containment of the tanks has not been compromised.
The CIP shall be maintained and made available for audit by the department at the facility at any reasonable time and shall be made available to the public upon request.
Each facility shall implement the inspection and maintenance program set forth in the CIP no later than December 1, 1992.
s. 5, ch. 90-98; s. 20, ch. 92-30.