Limitations on location and type of use.
The tanks may not be used for fueling vehicles unless the vehicles are dedicated to the operation of the farm premises or construction project.
The tanks shall be constructed in accordance with NFPA 30A chapter 13 and this section.
There is no minimum required setback between the tank and the dispenser.
Operations involving tanks.
Operations shall be in accordance with NFPA 30A chapter 13.
The tank system shall be equipped so the hose, hanger, or outlet valve can be locked to prevent tampering.
For farming operations using a tank without secondary containment, the tank and the fueling operation shall be placed outside of a building and at least 40 feet from the near side of a public way and from a building or structure used for any of the following purposes:
Storage of hay or similar crops susceptible to spontaneous combustion if stored in a combustible building or structure.
For all operations within the scope of this section using a tank without secondary containment, other than farming, the tank and the fueling operation shall be placed outside and at least 40 feet from the near side of a public way and from any important building or structure.
Operations using secondary containment tanks.
All operations within the scope of this section using a tank with secondary containment shall follow the setback requirements in Table 93.630.
A tank that supplies a combustion engine in an irrigation system shall be located on land or on a pier of the solid-fill type.
The tank shall be mounted to maintain stability against vibration, wind, water-saturated ground, and floodwater and shall be liquid-tight.
Where a tank is at an elevation that may produce a gravity head-pressure or siphon pressure, the tank outlet shall be equipped with a device, such as a normally closed solenoid valve, which will prevent gravity or siphon flow from the tank to the engine. This device shall be located adjacent to and downstream of the tank outlet valve. The device shall be installed and adjusted so that liquid cannot flow by gravity or siphon from the tank to the engine if the fuel piping, tubing, or hose system fails when the engine is not in use.
The fuel piping, tubing, or hose system connecting the tank to the engine shall comply with all of the following:
Be constructed, supported, and protected against physical damage and stresses arising from impact, settlement, vibration, expansion, contraction, wave action, and wildlife.
Be of a type that is designed to withstand the forces and pressures exerted upon it, including from any motion of the engine or a pier.
Aboveground tanks that have a capacity of less than 1,100 gallons shall comply with this subsection before use.
The certified installer shall fill out a tank installation notification, form TR-WM-124, and provide the form to the authorized agent or the department for inspection of the tank system.
Before a tank may be filled or used, the tank system shall be inspected or authorized for use by the authorized agent or the department, except as allowed otherwise by par. (g)
The owner shall remit the inspection fee under Table 93.1605 to the authorized agent or the department before filling or using the tank.
The tank shall be inspected within 5 business days after notification for a standard inspection and within 2 business days after notification for a priority inspection, except as provided in par. (g)
The tank may be filled and used if the inspection has not been completed within the time limits after notification specified in par. (f)
Tanks that are filled via hand-held nozzles shall be constantly attended during product delivery and shall be provided with overfill prevention equipment which notifies the person filling the tank, with either an audible or a visual signal, that the liquid level has reached 90 percent of the tank's capacity.
Tanks shall be mounted on noncombustible supports that are adequate to provide stability.
The base of the tank supports shall be at the same grade level as the vehicles when positioned for fueling.
The bottom of the tank, irrespective of any supports, shall be elevated at least 6 inches above the surrounding grade.
Tanks of 1,100 gallons or more, or located less than 40 feet from buildings.
Aboveground tanks which have a capacity of 1,100 gallons or more, or which are located less than 40 feet from either the buildings and structures listed in sub. (2) (a)
or important buildings or structures, shall comply with all of the following:
The tank shall be listed and labeled for aboveground use.
System design and location.
The tank system shall comply with the specifications for dispensing facilities in s. ATCP 93.615 (5)
, with the following exceptions:
The tank system and the fueling operation shall be located in accordance with Table 93.630.
Vehicle collision protection may be omitted where a dike complying with this chapter is provided for secondary containment.
The tank system shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, the applicable national standards adopted in s. ATCP 93.200
, plans and specifications approved under s. ATCP 93.100
and this chapter.
The tank system installation shall be performed or supervised by a certified installer.
ATCP 93.630 History
History: CR 17-092: cr. Register October 2019 No. 766, eff. 11-1-19; correction in (3) (h) made under s. 35.17, Stats., Register October 2019 No. 766. ATCP 93.640
ATCP 93.640 Watercraft, snowmobile and ATV fueling. ATCP 93.640(1)(a)
Use of aboveground storage tank systems and fueling operations for watercraft, snowmobiles, and ATVs shall comply with NFPA 30A chapter 11, the requirements for dispensing systems in s. ATCP 93.615
, and the requirements of this section, except as otherwise approved under this chapter.
Aboveground tanks located on land shall be set back at least 10 feet from the ordinary high water mark of a navigable body of water.
ATCP 93.640 Note
Note: The ordinary high water mark is determined by the county zoning department or the department of natural resources.
ATCP 93.640 Note
Note: The municipality in which the tank is located may have additional requirements for the siting of the tank.
Tanks shall follow the setback requirements of Table 93.615-A, except that there is no required separation between the tank and the dispenser if the tank is used exclusively for watercraft, snowmobile, or ATV fueling.
Any dispenser used for a fueling operation above or within 100 feet of navigable water shall use a dry-break connection or a listed no-drip nozzle with automatic shutoff.
A nozzle latch-open device may not be installed or used above or within 100 feet of navigable water.
Hose lengths more than 18 feet long, used for dispensing fuel, shall be reeled, racked, or otherwise protected from damage.
Public access watercraft fueling.
All piping systems and tank systems that are installed on or after November 1, 2019, for watercraft beyond the scope of sub. (4)
shall comply with PEI RP1000 and sub. (3)
ATCP 93.640 Note
See s. ATCP 93.400 (3)
for requirements relating to secondary containment for any underground piping, including any transition between aboveground and underground piping.
Seasonal installation of a fueling system on a pier. ATCP 93.640(3)(a)(a)
Before installing a fueling system on a pier, plans shall be submitted for review and shall specify the requirements of this subsection.
All connections that are broken shall use dry-break couplings listed for use with petroleum products.
The owner shall develop and maintain on-site a written plan for safely draining the tank and pipe system before disassembly.
Aboveground tanks for watercraft fueling for noncommercial purposes at a private residence shall comply with the requirements for aboveground tanks in ss. ATCP 93.400
, and this subsection.
Tanks shall be listed and may not exceed 600 gallons in aggregate capacity.
The tank shall be used only by the residents of the property for fueling their watercraft or for maintenance of their property.
The tank shall be located outdoors, on land, at least 25 feet from the dwelling and other important buildings, and at least 10 feet from the ordinary high water mark of a navigable waterway, public roadway, or property line.
All setbacks shall be measured from the inside of the dike wall to the dwelling, important building, ordinary high water mark, public roadway, or property line.
A means shall be provided to prevent the discharge of liquid due to a siphoning effect. Gravity dispensing systems may not be used.
Transfer of product shall be from a tank by means of an approved, fixed, fuel dispensing hand pump, or a listed, fixed, electrical pump.
Emergency fueling from a tank vehicle.
Where fixed dispensing facilities are not available, dispensing of Class I or II liquids directly from a tank vehicle into permanently installed fuel tanks of self-propelled watercraft shall be permitted for emergency fueling, provided the operation is in accordance with the requirements for tank vehicles in s. ATCP 93.610 (3)