GLEAPCD RULE 83 PETROLEUM STORAGE AND DISPENSING          
LAST REVISED 11/11/11
          
          
       Sec 83.  PETROLEUM STORAGE AND DISPENSING.  No new gasoline storage
                tank with a capacity of 250 gallons or more shall be 
                installed unless it is equipped with a permanent submerged 
                fill pipe as described in Section 41950, Health and Safety 
                Code, or unless such tank is a pressure tank as described 
                in Section 42400, Health and Safety Code, or is equipped 
                with a vapor recovery system as described in Section 41952, 
                Health and Safety Code, or with a floating roof as described 
                in Section 41953, Health and Safety Code.

       Sec 83.1  SERVICE STATIONS AND BULK STORAGE PLANTS.  When filling
                 bulk storage tanks at service stations and bulk plant 
                 facilities, a 90% (or greater) vapor balance system shall 
                 be utilized during filling.  Service stations with 
                 throughputs of less than 300,000 gallons per year are 
                 exempt when receiving shipments from local distributors 
                 with facilities not equipped to handle returning vapors.  
                 Listing of efficiencies for vapor recovery units may be
                 obtained through the California Air Resources Board.  
                 (Full compliance to be completed by November 1, 1980.)

       Sec 83.2  PETROLEUM SOLVENTS.  When it is determined by emission
                 inventory that petroleum solvent degreasing operations 
                 amounts to 1 ton per day, the District shall notify, in 
                 writing, each distributor in the county that the following 
                 statement is required on all such solvent containers 
                 holding 49 gallons or more.  "Keep contents in a closed 
                 container."