"DUE TO THE RELOCATION OF THE DIVISION FOR AIR QUALITY, NO WALK-IN GASOLINE TANK TRUCK CERTIFICATION APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE."
Gasoline tankers that load at bulk terminals in certain Kentucky counties must display a valid Division for Air Quality-issued sticker indicating that the tanker and its vapor-collection system have passed a leak test pursuant to Method 27, "Determination of Vapor Tightness of Gasoline Delivery Tank Using Pressure-Vacuum Test," specified in 40 CFR 60, Appendix A.
To obtain the sticker, tanker operators shall submit to the Division for Air Quality a completed Gasoline Tank Truck Certification Form DEP 6020. The completed application shall include the test results demonstrating compliance with the Method 27 test, along with a $10 sticker fee and additional information relating to the tanker's owner and tanker specifications.
For additional information on the tank-truck certification program contact Diana Davidson at the number listed below.