Regulations Amending the Storage Tank Systems for Petroleum Products and Allied Petroleum Products Regulations [Proposed]

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The Regulations, which came into effect in June 2008, set requirements for petroleum and allied petroleum storage tank systems under federal jurisdiction to prevent soil and groundwater contamination. The Regulations apply to storage tank systems located on Aboriginal land, including those owned or operated by band councils or private businesses like gas stations.

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The Regulations, which came into effect in June 2008, set requirements for petroleum and allied petroleum storage tank systems under federal jurisdiction to prevent soil and groundwater contamination. The Regulations apply to storage tank systems located on Aboriginal land, including those owned or operated by band councils or private businesses like gas stations.

To read the information about these proposed regulations, please refer to Part I of the Canada Gazette in the “Legislative change” tab.

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The Regulations, which came into effect in June 2008, set requirements for petroleum and allied petroleum storage tank systems under federal jurisdiction to prevent soil and groundwater contamination. The Regulations apply to storage tank systems located on Aboriginal land, including those owned or operated by band councils or private businesses like gas stations.

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