Vapor Recovery Certification Phase I Executive Orders

This page last reviewed March 15, 2011


Number Description ( PDF Format ) Date
G-70-2-G Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the OPW Model A-7 2 Point Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 9/14/84
G-70-4-A Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the Emco-Wheaton Coaxial Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 8/23/77
G-70-5 Relating to the Certification of the Parker Coaxial Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 10/7/76
G-70-6 Relating to the Certification of the OPW System Y Type 2, Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 4/26/77
G-70-8 Relating to the Certification of the Chevron Vapor Recovery Transfer System for Use on Delivery Tanks 7/13/77
G-70-9-A Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the "Teed" Vapor Recovery System for Existing Underground Storage Tanks Facilities with Throughputs less than 9,000 Gallons per Month 11/18/77
G-70-10-A Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the Vapor Recovery System for Delivery Tanks Equipped for Bottom Loading 11/18/77
G-70-20 Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the Texaco Phase I Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 8/21/78
G-70-34-A Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the Parker Hannifin F428 Vapor Recovery Adapter for Military Delivery Tanks To Include The Parker Hannifin F428A 8/13/79
G-70-47-B Relating to the Modification of the Certification of the OPW Coaxial Vapor Recovery System for Underground Storage Tanks at Gasoline Service Stations 9/14/84
G-70-50 Relating to the Certification of the Vapor Recovery Kit For M857, M967, M969, and M970 Military Delivery Tanks 12/5/79
G-70-97-A Stage I Vapor Recovery Systems for Underground Gasoline Tanks at Service Stations 12/9/85
G-70-102-A Certification of a Phase I Vapor Recovery System for Aboveground Storage Tanks with less than 40,000 Gallons Capacity for Gasoline or Gasoline/Methanol Blended Fuels 5/25/93
G-70-106 Relating to the Adoption of "Test Procedure Gasoline Cargo Tanks" as an Equivalent Method for the Year-round Performance Standards for Gasoline Cargo Tanks. 1/27/86


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