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News Update – December 15

Industry News for December 15, 2015

ADWM Alternate Decommissioning Plans Reminder

All gasoline dispensing facility owners who have Stage II Vapor Recovery installed at their site were sent information from the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures regarding the two year decommissioning period.  Owners who would like to decommission a site in a different year than the one assigned must submit an Alternate Decommissioning Plan by December 31, 2015. Read more here.

EPA Releases Documents on USTs

EPA has issued two important guidance documents for owners and operators of Underground Storage Tank systems:  Musts for USTs and UST System Compatibility with Biofuels.

Arizona News
  • An incident of credit card skimming from a fuel dispenser system was discovered last week in the North Valley by Arizona Weights and Measures.  According to one news report, two skimmers were discovered at a Circle K location at 32nd Street and Bell Road.  Read more here: Credit Card Skimmers Found on North Phoenix Gas Pumps
  • Motorists traveling along US 60 between Phoenix and Globe should prepare for short delays west of Superior Wednesday morning, December 16 as the Arizona Department of Transportation begins blasting work as part of a project to construct a new section of four-lane divided highway.
    The construction of the divided highway, as part of the Silver King/Superior Streets project, will require a full closure of US 60 for approximately 20 minutes starting between 10:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Dec 16. The closure is needed to ensure blasting debris does not reach motorists who may be traveling through that area.
    The highway will be closed eastbound at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum and westbound at the Superior airport.
    The new divided highway alignment will connect to the existing divided highway, which ended near the Boyce Thompson Arboretum. The blasting for this project is not part of the current blasting work occurring east of Superior for the Oak Flat passing lane project.
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