Webinar: SPCC Tank Integrity Testing – API vs. STI
When: May 20, 2020 – 1:00 PM EST
When EPA began changing the SPCC Rules in 2002, they underscored a new emphasis on tank integrity testing. During the ensuing years, the Steel Tank Institute (with other key stakeholders), was charged with developing a standard specifically for integrity testing shop-fabricated ASTs. The STI standard has already proven to be a cost-effective alternative to the older API standard. Learn more about the inspection requirements of the SPCC Rules and the benefits of using the STI inspection standard in your SPCC compliance program.
About the Presenter
Michael Walker, PE
Mr. Walker serves as EI’s Vice President/Principal Engineer and provides senior technical expertise and leadership to support client services and staff mentoring. With 40 years of professional experience, Mr. Walker also serves as the corporate practice leader for energy and environmental services at EI. The practice services the industrial, utility and real estate sectors with expertise in industrial environmental permitting and compliance, soil and groundwater contamination assessments and remediation, environmental and engineering due diligence, and energy and water sustainability studies.
Specific areas of competence include spill prevention, control and countermeasures (SPCC) plan development; stormwater permitting and management; emergency response planning; industrial waste water evaluation, characterization, reuse, treatment design, and permitting; underground storage tank (UST) management and remediation; regulatory compliance at the local, state, and federal levels; environmental audits and assessments; and hazardous materials disposal and remediation.
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