Petroleum Storage Systems Delivery Prohibition List (by County) This report lists the storage tank facilities where it is unlawful to deposit motor fuel into tanks under s. 376.3077, Florida Statutes (F.S.), and the Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005. Information includes facility identification number, facility name and facility address.
STCM Database Queries (Note: For best results, please use Chrome or Firefox web browsers when accessing these reports.)
Compliance & Enforcement Activity Summary Query by county (facility location) and date range. NOTE:Use this query only for timeframes prior to 06/30/2006. The data returned from this query is complete through FY 2004/2005 and a partial representation of data for FY 2005/2006 when tracking of Compliance information transitioned to the FIRST application.
District and county files in Excel Worksheet format are refreshed periodically by staff in Storage Tank Compliance and the Petroleum Restoration Program.
Petroleum Restoration Program Reports Files are available for download by district. The common field in each file is the facility identification number. Discharge information and task information must be linked by facility identification numbers and by discharge identification numbers.
OCULUS 5.6.2 is now available! Please update your favorites and bookmarks to the new URL for OCULUS 5.6.2.
OCULUS has been made available as a courtesy to the general public. Please keep in mind that the electronic database for each individual site may not have every paper document available in electronic format at this time. If you have any questions about documents not in the database, please contact Judith Pennington at 850-245-8690.
OCULUS may not be available between the hours of 9:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. each day due to database backups. This database may also be down during undetermined time periods on weekends for preventive maintenance and other technical issues resolution. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
On January 18, 2002, new guidelines about public access to data via the internet were recommended. In order to meet these guidelines, the Petroleum Restoration Program has removed data concerning certain facilities from reports available for the public review.
In accordance with the Florida Sunshine laws, we will still make this data available to you. Please submit all requests for data by contacting the Records Management Center at 850-245-8690 or via email to Judith.A.Pennington@dep.state.fl.us.
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