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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board

Chapter 91. Facility and Aboveground Storage Tank (Ast) RegulationRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
Section 40
Compliance dates
Section 50
Statement of purpose
Section 60
Administrative fees
Section 70
Correspondence to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Section 80
Delegation of authority
Section 90
Section 100
Registration requirements
Section 110
Section 120
Aboveground storage tank closure
Section 130
Pollution prevention standards and procedures
Section 140
Performance standards for aboveground storage tanks newly installed, retrofitted, or brought into use
Section 145
Performance standards for certain aboveground storage tanks located in the City of Fairfax
Section 150
Recordkeeping and access to facilities
Section 160
Variances to the requirements of Part III (9VAC25-91-130 et seq.) of this chapter
Section 170
Contingency plan requirements and approval
Section 180
Groundwater characterization study (GCS)
Section 190
GCS well monitoring
Section 200
Reporting; GCS well monitoring report
Section 210
Section 220
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