PASS Tools Updates – February 2018

Posted by - General

I know not everyone is subscribed to our changelog, so I wanted to take a minute to highlight some of the updates we’ve gotten out the door over the last few months. ℹ Equipment Data Management Improvements ? Facility Groups ? Improvements to Document/Paperwork Management ? Comment Attachments We are constantly launching new features, so if you… Read more »

The NACS Show is Next Week

Posted by - General, Tradeshows

We’re packing up for a little road trip next week to head on up to the NACS Show at McCormick Place in Chicago next week, October 17-20. Please be sure to stop by and say hello, we’ll be in Booth #3551, right next to our partner, MyTankInfo. You can click here to add us to your NACS… Read more »

Texas UST Class A/B Operator Training

Posted by - UST Operator Training

We’ve heard some rumblings lately about a new training being available that takes two hours to complete and has no final exam, but after some research it’s nothing more than a bit of marketing hype. TCEQ doesn’t require any training provider to have a final exam, so most, including PASS, do not. Also, we aren’t… Read more »

EPA Approves New Test Method for Sumps

Posted by - General, Regulatory Updates, UST Inspections

The EPA OUST announced recently that it has approved PMAA’s low liquid level integrity test as an alternative method for containment sump testing that is required under the 2015 federal UST regulations. The 2015 regulations require liquid testing every three years of all containment sumps used for interstitial monitoring of piping. The original test method cited… Read more »

Do You have a Designated UST Operator List Handy?

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Did you know that most state regulators require that a list of all employees who are trained as designated UST operators be made available at your facility at all times? This is typically called at Designated UST Operator List. PASS makes it easy to create and regenerate this list so you never get caught off guard. All… Read more »