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Abandoned Tank Restoration Program (ATRP)

The Abandoned Tank Restoration Program (ATRP) was created in 1990 by the Legislature to address contamination at facilities that were “out of the business of storing petroleum products.” To be eligible for ATRP, a facility cannot have stored petroleum products for consumption, use, or sale since March 1, 1990, and the petroleum storage systems from which the discharge occurred must be closed pursuant to department rules. See Subsection 376.305(6), F.S. and Rule 62-769, F.A.C., for more information on ATRP.   

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Innocent Victim Petroleum Storage System Restoration (IVPSSR)

In 2005, the Legislature created Section 376.30715, F.S., titled "Innocent Victim Petroleum Storage System Restoration" as a subset of the ATRP program and subsequent amendments were included in Chapter 2008-239, L.O.F. Under this provision, if a contaminated site was acquired by the current owner prior to July 1, 1990, and had ceased operating as a petroleum storage or retail business prior to January 1, 1985, then it could be eligible for financial assistance pursuant to Subsection 376.305(6), F.S. (ATRP), notwithstanding Subsection 376.305(6)(a), F.S.

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Return to: Petroleum Cleanup Programs page.

Return to:  SOP - 1. Introduction page.

Return to:  SOP - 2. Cleanup Program Summaries page.

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October 30, 2020 - 4:39pm

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