Fuel storage tank compliance is an ongoing process that requires staying on top of ever-changing UST/AST regulations.
BaseCAMP Managed Compliance Services are designed to mitigate regulatory violations and subsequent fines by taking over your facilities compliance management and reporting requirements. Our goal is simple: ensure you don’t incur unnecessary costs, fines and site downtime.
Is your fuel storage tank in compliance? Download our free UST Compliance Checklist to find out.
BaseCAMP Managed Compliance Services Summary
BaseCAMP Managed Services comply with all local, state and federal regulations as well as most A/B Operator requirements. Our managed services include:
Equipment & Asset Management
Hyper detailed asset and equipment management is what makes BaseCAMP different. Knowing what equipment you have on site, accessing detailed pictures and product specifications, running open deficiency reports – this is where professional operators come to get into compliance.
Remote Tank Gauge Alarm Monitoring & Compliance Reporting
Henrich provides real-time alarm monitoring and remote anytime access to all of your critical fuel storage tank data. In one, easy to use interface you can manage and monitor alarms, tank inventory levels, sensor status, deliveries, and obtain key regulatory compliance reports.
Asset Driven UST/AST Site Walk-through Inspections
Henrich provides the industry’s most comprehensive on-site tank walk through inspections services. Incorporating standards from all levels of regulatory authorities our inspection service ensures complete coverage concerning your tanks compliance.
Periodic Regulatory Testing
Leveraging our in-house field service team, Henrich performs all mandatory periodic regulatory testing requirements including tank & line testing, line leak detector testing, functionality testing as well as all mandatory requirements as per EPA 40 CFR 280.
In-Depth Review of On-Site Regulatory Records
Insufficient documentation is among the top violations issued. Our detailed review of on-site records will reveal where a site is deficient and create an action plan to get back into compliance.
Deficiency Reporting & Resolution Management
Simply reporting on deficiency is only the beginning for Henrich. Stemming from our rigorous walk through inspections, we are able to generate a detailed summary highlighting all presenting deficiencies. The strength of our BaseCAMP program is our ability to track and manage each sites deficiency to resolution.
Repair and Upgrades
To complete our end-to-end, in-house approach, Henrich can repair and remedy deficiencies. A qualified, veteran technician will be dispatched to diagnosis and implement any necessary resolution. Whether the situation calls for repair, replacement or a recommended upgrade, Henrich can remedy the situation.
Types of Customers We Work for
Service Stations & C-Stores
FIRE & POLICE DEPARTMENTS
Hospital & Healthcare Facilities
Don’t have the resources to stay on top of mandatory fuel storage tank testing and inspection requirements?
BaseCAMP Managed Services, can help you GET your UST system into compliance and KEEP it in compliance with all local,state and federal fuel storage tank requirements, including the 2015 Federal UST regulations. BaseCAMP is the most comprehensive fully managed testing and inspection solution in New York. Leveraging our proprietary BaseCAMP cloud-based software, we deploy knowledgable and experienced fueling facility technicians to your facility to inspect and perform all required tests per Nassau & Suffolk County, NYSDEC and EPA requirements. When finished BaseCAMP becomes the ‘Single-Point-of-Access’ for all fueling facility regulatory documentation, testing & inspection records and equipment deployed on site.
What does the law require me to do?
In addition to New York State and Nassau/Suffolk county regulatory requirements for record keeping and testing, all New York fueling facilities are required to conduct the following periodic tests and inspections as per EPA 40 CFR 280:
Furthermore, it will be required to maintain the most recent year’s walkthrough inspection records. Records need to include a list of each area checked, whether each area checked was acceptable or needed action taken, a description of any actions taken to correct issues.
Contact us today to learn how we can help you manage your fueling facility’s compliance requirements