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(1) Definitions. In this section:
(a) Notwithstanding s. 168.01(3) , “petroleum product” means materials derived from petroleum, natural gas, or asphalt deposits and includes gasoline, diesel and heating fuels, liquefied petroleum gases, lubricants, waxes, greases, and petrochemicals.
(b) “Storage tank” means an enclosed container with a capacity in excess of 60 gallons which is used to hold a petroleum product, regardless of the duration of storage and which is intended for use as a fixed, rather than as a portable, installation.
(2) Inventory of storage tanks. The department shall undertake a program to inventory and determine the location of aboveground storage tanks and underground storage tanks. The department may require its deputies and any person engaged in the business of distributing petroleum products to provide information on the location of aboveground storage tanks and underground storage tanks. The department shall develop uniform procedures for reporting the location of aboveground storage tanks and underground storage tanks.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Police Regulations (Ch. 163 to 177) § 168.28. Inventory of petroleum product storage tanks - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/police-regulations-ch-163-to-177/wi-st-168-28.html
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