CommTank News

  • NHDES rules that apply to Diesel Generator Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Installations and Replacements

    NHDES recently announced changes to the application process for AST installations (capacity of 660-gallons or larger) connected to backup generators.

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  • MassDEP Enforcement Discretion Directive for UST Tightness Testing

    MassDEP will not enforce the standard at 310 CMR 80.32(1)(b) that is scheduled to take effect on January 1, 2018.

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  • Stationary Generators used for Emergency Standby Power affected by changes to Massachusetts Fire Safety Code

    Recent amendments to the Massachusetts Comprehensive Fire Safety Code (527 CMR 1.00) include an annual fuel quality test.

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  • Introducing David Williams as a Chemist at CommTank

    CommTank is proud to welcome David L. Williams to our staff. David is presently developing methods of analysis of used fuel oils.

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  • Tank Inspection at New Boston Bruins Practice Facility

    CommTank recently provided a tank inspection service at the Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Ma. It’s the location of the new Boston Bruins practice facility.

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  • The Importance of Secondary Fuel Sources

    It may be rare that an electrical power plant is cut off from its primary fuel source but having a backup supply is important.

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  • Abandoned Underground Oil Tank Delays Brewery Construction

    The Lamplighter Brewing Company hired CommTank for the removal and disposal of an abandoned underground storage tank.

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  • Launch of New Web Site

    CommTank is pleased to announce the release of our new website.

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  • Important Underground Storage Tank Compliance Deadlines

    MassDEP reminds owners and operators to be aware of UST systems compliance deadlines.

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  • Spring Fuel System Inspections, Who's Living in Your Pipes?

    It is spring time and insects start their nest building. During service calls our technicians have discovered that insects will build nests in vent and fill pipes.

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