Form UST-08 "Monthly Fuel Report/Daily Inventory" - Maine

What Is Form UST-08?

This is a legal form that was released by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on December 8, 2016;
  • The latest edition provided by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
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  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Underground Oil Storage Tanks
17 State House Station
Augusta ME 04333-0017 (207) 287-7688
Monthly Fuel Report / Daily Inventory
Month & Year:
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Facility & Location: _______________________________________________
Registration #: _____________
Tank ID #: ___________ Capacity: ____________
Fuel Type: _____________
Certified by: ________
Date
Opening Inventory
Gallons
Gallons
Closing Book
Closing Stick
Cumulative
Inches
(See instructions)
Pumped
Delivered
Inventory
Inventory
Over or <Short>
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Leak Check: Sum Total of “Gallons Pumped” ________________ x .01 = _____________
If the Cumulative Over / <Short> number is greater than the Leak Check result, this is EVIDENCE OF A POSSIBLE LEAK
and you must notify DEP Underground Tanks Unit at (207) 287-7688 or (800) 482-0777 (after hours or weekends).
Example: Leak Check = 5 gallons, and Cumulative Over/Short = -6 or +6, then are both reportable; -4 or +4 would not be.
RETAIN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A MINIMUM OF THREE YEARS
UST-08
Dec 8, 2016
Maine Department of Environmental Protection
Underground Oil Storage Tanks
17 State House Station
Augusta ME 04333-0017 (207) 287-7688
Monthly Fuel Report / Daily Inventory
Month & Year:
____________________
Facility & Location: _______________________________________________
Registration #: _____________
Tank ID #: ___________ Capacity: ____________
Fuel Type: _____________
Certified by: ________
Date
Opening Inventory
Gallons
Gallons
Closing Book
Closing Stick
Cumulative
Inches
(See instructions)
Pumped
Delivered
Inventory
Inventory
Over or <Short>
Water
Initials
1
2
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Math
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Check
Leak Check: Sum Total of “Gallons Pumped” ________________ x .01 = _____________
If the Cumulative Over / <Short> number is greater than the Leak Check result, this is EVIDENCE OF A POSSIBLE LEAK
and you must notify DEP Underground Tanks Unit at (207) 287-7688 or (800) 482-0777 (after hours or weekends).
Example: Leak Check = 5 gallons, and Cumulative Over/Short = -6 or +6, then are both reportable; -4 or +4 would not be.
RETAIN COMPLETED FORMS FOR A MINIMUM OF THREE YEARS
UST-08
Dec 8, 2016
SAMPLE MONTHLY FUEL REPORT / DAILY INVENTORY and INSTRUCTIONS
This is a sample inventory record that should help you understand how this data is recorded and the Monthly Reconciliation
(Leak Check) is determined. The letters are keyed to the marked items on the sample record.
A. For each month’s first Opening Inventory, use the
actual gallons of product recorded as Closing Stick
Inventory from the last day of the previous month.
After the first day, copy the previous day's Closing
Book Inventory into this column.
B. The Closing Stick Inventory must be taken at the
end of each day when you have stopped pumping
product from the tank. In order to measure the
amount of product in an underground tank you must
use a measuring stick which is marked off in
increments of 1/8". Place an inch or two of water
finding paste at the bottom of the stick and insert it
(do not drop it) into the fill pipe of the tank until it
touches the bottom. Withdraw the stick quickly and
read & record the height of the product on the stick
to the nearest 1/8". Use a tank chart to convert the
inches measured into gallons present. Convert
fractions of an inch to decimals (1/8= 0.125; 1/4=
0.25, etc.) to calculate gallons from the fractions of
whole inches.
C. Gallons Pumped should be read and recorded each
day (at the time the tank is stuck) from the meter
readings on the tank's pump dispenser.
D. Gallons Delivered should be recorded in this column
each day product is delivered to the tank.
E. Closing Book Inventory is equal to the Opening
Inventory minus the Gallons Pumped plus the
Gallons Delivered (A – C + D = E).
F. The Cumulative Over or <Short> is equal to the
Closing Stick Inventory minus the Closing Book
Inventory (B – E = F).
G. The Inches Water which you read off the stick while
measuring product in the tank must be recorded each
day, even if there is none.
H. Copy the Opening Inventory (A) number for the first day of the month in this box.
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Enter the sum of the Gallons Pumped for the entire month in this box and on the line below.
J.
Enter the sum of the Gallons Delivered for the entire month in this box.
K. This number is equal to the Opening Inventory (H) minus Gallons Pumped (I) plus Gallons Delivered (J) or (H – I + J = K).
L. Copy the final Closing Stick Inventory for the month here.
M. This number is equal to the Closing Stick Inventory (L) minus the Closing Book Inventory (K) or (L – K = M).
It should also be the same value as your last Cumulative Over or <Short>.
N. Determine Leak Check by multiplying the Sum of Gallons Pumped (I) by 1% (0.01) and entering the result (I x 0.01 = N).
If your Cumulative Over or <Short> (M) is a number larger than the Leak Check (N), this is considered EVIDENCE OF A
POSSIBLE LEAK regardless if the result is a negative or positive number. In the Example above: since <69> (-69) is not larger
than 168, this is OK. But, if it was <169> or -169, that number IS larger than 168, and must be reported as evidence of a possible leak.
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Dec 8, 2016
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