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AS 4897-2008 the design, installation and operation of underground petroleum storage systems

Standard Number:  AS 4897-2008
Title:  the design, installation and operation of underground petroleum storage systems
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 07403 CP

Publication Date:  2008/2/5
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:51P.;A4  

Description:Provides requirements and recommendations for the design, installation, operation, maintenance and repair of underground petroleum storage systems. Sets out procedures for inventory control and loss investigation. Based on the Australian Institute of Pet  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 4897-2008 THE DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF UNDERGROUND PETROLEUM STORAGE SYST...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.2.1 Where this Standard applies
1.2.2 Where this Standard does not apply
1.2.3 Application of sections
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
1.4.1 Acceptable
1.4.2 AIP
1.4.3 API
1.4.4 AS
1.4.5 Authority (authorities)
1.4.6 Beneficial use
1.4.7 Cathodic protection (cathodically protected)
1.4.8 Cathodic protection system
1.4.9 Certify (certification, certified)
1.4.10 Competent and experienced person
1.4.11 Corrosion specialist
1.4.12 Dispenser
1.4.13 DSC
1.4.14 Earth (noun)
1.4.15 Earth (verb)
1.4.16 Environment
1.4.17 Equipment
1.4.18 Equipment integrity test (EIT)
1.4.19 Equipment level
1.4.20 Existing
1.4.21 Exposure pathway
1.4.22 Fate and transport modelling
1.4.23 Fill point spill containment device
1.4.24 Groundwater monitoring well
1.4.25 Hydrogeological survey
1.4.26 Installation contractor
1.4.27 Interstitial space
1.4.28 Inventory control
1.4.29 Leak (leaked, leaking)
1.4.30 Leak monitoring
1.4.31 Leak monitoring system
1.4.32 Line leak detector (line leak detection)
1.4.33 Manufacturer
1.4.34 MSR
1.4.35 New
1.4.36 NHMRC
1.4.37 Non-corrodible piping
1.4.38 Non-corrodible tank
1.4.39 Non-potable groundwater
1.4.40 Non-potable groundwater aquifer
1.4.41 Operator
1.4.42 Owner
1.4.43 Permeability
1.4.44 Piping
1.4.45 PICA
1.4.46 Potable groundwater
1.4.47 Potable groundwater aquifer
1.4.48 Product (petroleum product)
1.4.49 Product piping
1.4.50 Repair (repaired, repairing)
1.4.51 Re-use (re-used)
1.4.52 Secondary containment
1.4.53 Sensitive receptors
1.4.54 Site
1.4.55 Site classification
1.4.56 Spill (spilled)
1.4.57 Statistical inventory analysis (SIA)
1.4.58 Tank
1.4.59 Tank pit observation well
1.4.60 Underground petroleum storage (UPS) system
1.4.61 UPS system designer
1.4.62 Used oil
1.4.63 USEPA
1.4.64 Vapour monitoring well
1.5 RECORDS
SECTION 2 SITE CLASSIFICATION
2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
2.2 SITE CLASSIFICATIONS
2.2.1 General
2.2.2 Class A sites
2.2.3 Class B Sites
2.2.4 Class C Sites
SECTION 3 EQUIPMENT LEVELS FOR NEW UPS SYSTEMS
3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
3.2 GENERAL
3.3 EQUIPMENT LEVELS
SECTION 4 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR PRODUCT
4.1 SCOPE AND APPLICATION OF SECTION
4.2 TANKS
4.2.1 Non-corrodible tanks
4.2.2 Cathodic protection of steel tanks
4.2.3 Secondary containment for tanks
4.3 PIPING
4.3.1 Non-corrodible piping for product
4.3.2 Cathodic protection of steel piping
4.3.3 Secondary containment for product piping
4.3.4 Leak monitoring for product piping
4.3.5 Fill point requirements
4.3.6 Vapour recovery systems
4.4 OTHER EQUIPMENT
4.4.1 Dispenser sumps
4.4.2 Overfill protection
4.4.3 Tank pit observation wells
4.4.4 Earthing of UPS systems
4.5 LEAK MONITORING
4.5.1 General
4.5.2 Summary of leak monitoring systems
4.5.3 Automatic tank gauging
4.5.4 Statistical inventory analysis
4.5.5 Interstitial monitoring
4.5.6 Line leak detection for pressure piping
4.5.7 Groundwater monitoring
SECTION 5 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR USED OIL SYSTEMS
5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
5.2 TANKS
5.2.1 Non-corrodible tanks
5.2.2 Cathodic protection of steel tanks
5.2.3 Secondary containment for tanks
5.3 PIPING
5.3.1 Non-corrodible piping for used oil
5.3.2 Cathodic protection of steel piping
5.4 USED OIL REMOVAL POINT
5.5 LEAK MONITORING
5.5.1 Summary of leak monitoring systems
5.5.2 Manual tank gauging
SECTION 6 GENERAL DESIGN AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
6.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
6.2 DESIGN OF UPS SYSTEM
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Certification of UPS system design
6.3 HEALTH AND SAFETY
6.4 INSTALLATION OF UPS SYSTEMS
6.4.1 General
6.4.2 Certification
6.4.3 As-built drawings
6.4.4 Initial equipment integrity test
SECTION 7 INVENTORY CONTROL AND LOSS INVESTIGATION
7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
7.2 GENERAL
7.3 INVENTORY CONTROL FOR UPS SYSTEMS CONTAINING PRODUCT
7.3.1 General
7.3.2 Reconciliation
7.3.3 Discrepancies in reconciliation
7.3.4 Inventory control for UPS systems containing used oil
7.3.5 Discrepancy or loss investigation
7.4 LEAK OR SPILL RESPONSE
7.4.1 General
7.4.2 Procedures for leak or spill response
SECTION 8 MAINTENANCE AND TESTING
8.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
8.2 GENERAL
8.3 CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEMS
8.3.1 General
8.3.2 Maintenance
8.3.3 Inspection and testing
8.4 LEAK MONITORING SYSTEMS
8.5 EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY TESTS (EIT)
8.5.1 General
8.5.2 Frequency of testing
8.5.3 Records
SECTION 9 REPAIR AND RE-USE OF EQUIPMENT
9.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
9.2 REPAIR OF EQUIPMENT
9.2.1 General
9.2.2 Tanks
9.2.3 Piping
9.3 RE-USE OF TANKS
9.3.1 General
9.3.2 Non-steel tanks
9.3.3 Steel tanks
APPENDIX A - LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX B - EXPLANATORY NOTES
B1 INTRODUCTION
B2 SITE CLASSIFICATIONS (see Clause 2.2)
B3 LEAK MONITORING FOR PRODUCT PIPING (see Clause 4.3.4)
B4 TANK PIT OBSERVATION WELLS (see Clause 4.4.3)
B5 STATISTICAL INVENTORY ANALYSIS (see Clause 4.5.4)
B5.1 Introduction
B5.2 Procedure
APPENDIX C - SUMMARY OF CERTIFICATION AND RECORD-KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
APPENDIX D - INVENTORY CONTROL AND RECONCILIATION
D1 GENERAL
D2 INVENTORY CONTROL
D3 RECONCILIATION
D3.1 Introduction
D3.2 Calculation of daily sales and removal of stock from the tank
D3.3 Physical dipping or measurement of stock in the tank
D3.4 Recording of stock deliveries into the tank and calculation of daily and cumulative ...
D3.5 Calculation of cumulative losses or gains
APPENDIX E - DISCREPANCY OR LOSS INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE
E1 GENERAL
E2 INVENTORY RECORDS
E3 SECURITY
E4 DIP STICK
E5 WATER
E6 PUMPS AND PRODUCT PIPING MANIFOLDS
E7 MONITORING AND TANK PIT OBSERVATION WELLS
E8 VENTS
E9 DISPENSERS
E10 SALES TEST
E11 EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY TEST
APPENDIX F - INSTALLATION OF UPS SYSTEMS: OWNER'S CHECKLIST
APPENDIX G - OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF UPS SYSTEM: OWNER/OPERATOR CHECKLIST
  
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