WAC 16-202-2004

What are the identification requirements for application tanks?

The purpose of identification requirements is to minimize the potential for human exposure and to facilitate remediation in the event of component malfunction or a contamination event.
(1) An application tank must:
(a) List tank contents, using the industry-accepted identifier for the principal product(s);
(b) Display its maximum net capacity;
(c) Display a contact name and telephone number; and
(d) Display an owner-derived numeric or alphanumeric tank identifier.
(2) This information must be visibly recorded and securely affixed to each application tank. The distinguishing information shall be designed to remain intact and legible throughout the active use of the container.
(3) Lettering that displays the contact name, telephone number, and tank identifier shall be a minimum of two inches in height and in a color contrasting to the background.
[Statutory Authority: Chapters 15.54, 15.58, 17.21, and 34.05 RCW. WSR 01-23-018, § 16-202-2004, filed 11/9/01, effective 11/9/01. Statutory Authority: Chapters 15.54, 15.58, and 17.21 RCW. WSR 01-13-063, § 16-202-2004, filed 6/18/01, effective 11/9/01.]