The department shall compile a report on the underground storage tank revolving fund program on or before December 31, 2017, and on or before December 31 every three years thereafter. The department shall submit the report to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the house of representatives and provide a copy of each report to the secretary of state. The department shall post each report on an accessible, public web page on the department’s website. The report shall contain the department’s findings and shall include the following information:
Terms Used In Arizona Laws 49-1024
- Action: includes any matter or proceeding in a court, civil or criminal. See Arizona Laws 1-215
- Closure: means the removal of an underground storage tank from operation. See Arizona Laws 49-1001
- Corrective actions: means those actions that are prescribed pursuant to section 49-1005. See Arizona Laws 49-1001
- including: means not limited to and is not a term of exclusion. See Arizona Laws 1-215
- Liabilities: The aggregate of all debts and other legal obligations of a particular person or legal entity.
- Tank: means a stationary device constructed of wood, concrete, steel, plastic or other nonearthen materials and used to contain regulated substances. See Arizona Laws 49-1001
- Underground storage tank: means a tank or combination of tanks and underground pipes and impact valves connected to tanks being used or having been used to contain regulated substances and which has at least ten percent of the total volume of the tank and underground portions of pipes connected to the tank underground. See Arizona Laws 49-1001
1. Underground storage tank revolving fund financial information, including revenues, expenditures and current account balances.
2. The amount of any remaining unpaid time-barred claims.
3. A description of the work completed for each program grant component.
4. The amount of reimbursements made annually from the fund.
5. A listing of new releases reported and sites closed, a listing of liabilities owed to small owners and other owners and projected liabilities for the fund through the termination of the program.
6. A description of any state-led corrective actions, including the number of new sites, the number of new releases reported, the number of sites closed, the average cost of corrective action and projected liabilities for state-led corrective actions through the termination of the program.
7. The total number of open releases that are cleaned to closure, the remaining number of open releases, the number of application or reimbursement denials by the department and the number of preapproval appeals.