Tech Tip Bulletin
Kidde Recalls Smoke and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms Due to Alarm Failure
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Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures
This rule MIGHT be Changing! Congress recently lobbied the EPA and several changes were proposed to the SPCC rules for agriculture. The primary changes were to the volumes that triggered the different compliance levels. All of these changes are still not official – the EPA will hold hearings and comment sessions to decide the final outcome.
The big changes: Only containers over 999 gallons are counted. Only farms with over 6000 gallons must comply. Farms with between 6,000 and 20,000 gallons can self-certify as long as no tanks are over 10,000 gallons. The devil is always in the detail and EPA.gov is where you can find answers and facts, please do some research and make sure you are legal. If you have questions please call Mid-Nebraska Lubricants or your salesman.
SPCC Decision Tree
Tier 1 Qualified Facility SPCC Plan Template
What is diesel fuel?
Diesel fuel is a complex mixture of hydrocarbon molecules derived from petroleum crude. While the term “diesel fuel” includes products such as burner fuel, heating fuel, X-Grade, D-Grade, fuel oil and others, it most commonly refers to a distillate that is burned in compression combustion engines or home heating systems. Diesel fuel is ignited in an internal combustion engine cylinder by the heat of air under high compression — unlike motor gasoline, which is ignited by electrical spark.
What is biodiesel?
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