SISAPCD RULE 4.7 GASOLINE STORAGE         
LAST REVISED 01/01/89          
          
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          RULE 4.7  Gasoline Storage
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          A. Except  as  provided  in  this  rule,  no person shall load or
             permit the loading of gasoline into any stationary tank with a
             capacity  of  250  gallons  or  more from any  tank  truck  or
             trailer,  except  through  a permanent  submerged  fill  pipe,
             unless such tank is a pressure  tank  as  described in Section
             41951,  or  is  equipped  with  a  vapor  recovery  system  as
             described  in  Section  41952  or  with  a  floating  roof  as
             described  in  Section 41953 or unless such tank  is  equipped
             with  other apparatus  of  equal  efficiency  which  has  been
             approved by the Control Officer.

          B. No person  shall  install any gasoline tank with a capacity of
             250 gallons or more which does not meet these requirements.

          C. These requirements  shall  not  apply  to  any stationary tank
             installed prior to December 31, 1970.

          D. For the purpose of this rule, "gasoline" means  any  petroleum
             distillate  having  a  Reid  vapor pressure of four pounds  or
             greater.

          E. For the purpose of this rule,  "submerged fill pipe" means any
             fill pipe which has its discharge  opening  entirely submerged
             when the liquid level is six inches above the  bottom  of  the
             tank.   "Submerged fill pipe", when applied to a tank which is
             loaded from  the  side,  means  any  fill  pipe  which has its
             discharge opening entirely submerged when the liquid  level is
             18 inches above the bottom of the tank.

          F. This rule shall not apply to any stationary tank which is used
             primarily for the fueling of implements of husbandry.

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