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State Delivery Prohibition Programs

EPA designed this page to help petroleum and hazardous substance delivery companies identify state delivery prohibition programs. This page identifies the type of program for each state and territory, and provides links to help users determine the applicable requirements in each state and territory.

Delivery prohibition programs prohibit product delivery to underground storage tanks that have one or more compliance violations, as determined by a state or territory. States and territories generally use one of two methods for identifying the delivery eligibility status of USTs:

To access links to a state’s or territory’s UST program, please select a state or territory from the map or tabs below.

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Background
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 amended Subtitle I of the Solid Waste Disposal Act, the original legislation that created the underground storage tank program. As directed by the Energy Policy Act, EPA in August 2006 published delivery prohibition grant guidelines. States receiving Subtitle I funding were required to meet the minimum requirements of the grant guidelines by August 8, 2007. Some states met the deadline; others are working to meet it.

Please note that inclusion of a state's delivery prohibition program on this page does not indicate an endorsement or approval of the state's program, and these programs do not necessarily meet the requirements of EPA's delivery prohibition grant guidelines.

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