The Texas Food & Fuel Association is hitting the open road with the 2nd annual Impact Workshop Series in tow!
Beginning on February 27, a series of networking and educational workshops will be held throughout 9 locations in Texas to provide timely information regarding two very important Federal rule changes: newly adopted EPA regulations for Underground Storage Tanks by TCEQ and implementation of a new law — House Bill 2174 — that puts the power of dispenser meter calibrations and fuel quality testing back into the hands of industry stakeholders.
The Impact Workshop Series is a must attend event for convenience retailing and fuel marketing professionals. Register today and stay in compliance!
Tank Check: Inspecting and Maintaining UST’s in an Era of New Regulations
In spring of 2018, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) will adopt new federal rules from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Intended for owners and operators of underground storage tanks (UST), you are guaranteed to leave this session with:
- An overview of the new EPA/TCEQ Regulations
- In-depth review of the new 30-day walkthrough inspection
- A take-home guide for inspecting and managing water used to test sump and spill bucket containment equipment
- New operational approaches designed to keep you out of trouble and in compliance
Game-Changer: How House Bill 2174 Helps Convenience Retailers and Fuel Distributors in Texas
There’s a new law in Texas — House Bill 2174 — and it’s putting the power of dispenser meter calibrations and fuel quality testing back into the hands of industry stakeholders. Be there as the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) discusses how this significant piece of legislation will be implemented and its impact on the program across Texas.