Storage Tank Facility Registration provides registration assistance to storage tank owners and operators; general information to the public regarding facility, tank, owner data; and technical and data management support to district and contracted local program staff.
Our goal is to provide a paperless transaction route for you to easily:
Pay invoices online,
Update facility information
Please visit the ESSA portal to update or access your tank registration.
Online Registration Instructions
How to Register (must register to use the Business Portal before you are able to complete any of the Paths below)
Pursuant to Section 376.3077, F.S. The placard shall be displayed in plain view in the office, kiosk, or at another suitable location at the facility where the storage tank system is located.
Unless a valid registration placard is displayed in plain view as required by paragraph 62-761.400(4)(f), F.A.C., no motor fuel may be deposited into a storage tank required to be registered pursuant to this rule. Facility owners, operators, and suppliers are each responsible for compliance with this provision. For the purposes of this rule, motor fuels mean petroleum products, including petroleum products blended with biofuels, used for the operation of a motor or engine.
PLACARDS WILL NOT BE MAILED OUT.
Obtaining the Registration Placard Through the ESSA Portal
Please allow two weeks after mailed payment for processing, then access the ESSA Portal
Once in the ESSA Portal, follow the Register/Sign-In, “Path B” instructions to generate the required Registration Placard
This link will take you to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Under License Information, the License Category is "Construction Industry," and the License Type is "Certified Pollutant Storage Contractor."
February 1, 2019 - 9:43am
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