Tank Compliance

Ensuring tanks are in compliance with government standards and guidelines is not only smart, but it’s the law. Untested tanks may create hazardous situations with leaks or spills, and the owner is responsible for all damage and cleanup costs.

Tank Monitoring Systems

A trusted Tank Monitoring System, or T.M.S., is critical in ensuring your Underground Storage Tank is operating safely. A good monitoring system will track product levels, prevent overfills, and alert of potential leaks in multiple tanks.

Tank Testing Information

Regularly having your tank tested is a simple yet very important procedure. Leaks, disturbances, and any other possible environmental impacts can be found before real damage is done, saving you time and money. GCE also performs Product Line Testing, Leak Detector Testing, and performs a Functionality Test to ensure your tank and all components are operating to their full potential.

How does the tank testing procedure work?

One of our trained technicians will arrive on site to greet you and do an initial evaluation of the tank and surrounding area. Once the fill pipe is located, some measurements will be taken and recorded. Any processes related to the tank will be shut off, the vent will be blocked, and testing can begin. Testing takes under 30 minutes and any abnormalities are known immediately. The EZY3 Locator Plus is capable of detecting air intrusion in the liquid, air intrusion in the ullage, water and/or product trickling into the tank and is specially designed to not inflict any damage on the tank during testing. Once testing is completed, the technician will turn everything back on and make certain everything is back up and running normally before they depart. GCE will provide written records of all testing and repairs performed to demonstrate compliance with all state and federal regulations.

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