On November 6, the SWRCB held a hearing and invited comments on delegating authority to the Executive Director and on the Additional Actions to Improve the USTC Program which included a draft of the “Plan for Implementation of Low-Threat UST Case Closure Policy” (The Plan), available here. Resulting Resolution 2012-0061 expands the authority of the SWRCB Executive […]
State Assembly Bill 1715 was approved on September 7. It amends the process by which a UST cleanup case undergoes closure, granting additional power to the SWRCB program manager. The public document is available here.
The Low Threat UST Closure Policy was approved by the California Office of Administrative Law (OAL) and is now effective. For earlier drafts of the policy, see below: April 2012: 3rd Public Revision January 2012: 2nd Public Revision July 2011: 1st Public Revision September 2010: Initial Public Draft of the Low Threat Policy