Under the UPSS Regulation, ‘decommission’ means to permanently abandon the use of a system or render it permanently unusable. It is industry best practice to remove UPSS that are no longer required. Where two years have elapsed since fuel was put in or taken from a tank, it must be abandoned (after removing the fuel) […]
Australian Enviro Services (AES) have just completed a bulk storage decommissioning project in Adelaide, South Australia. The tanks were used for primary industry purposes (approximately 15,000, 25,000 & 30,000 litres capacity) and previously contained Class 6.1 chemicals – Chloropicrin and 1,3-Dichlorpropene.