Underground Storage Tank Program
ENHANCED VAPOR RECOVERY SYSTEMS - DETERMINATION LETTERS
A provision of Assembly Bill (AB) 2955 (Statutes 2004, Chapter 649) requires the Air Resources Boar (ARB) and State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) to determine collaboratively, to the best of their knowledge and using existing resources, that the equipment that meets the ARB’s Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) requirements also meets underground storage tank (UST) statutory requirements. [Health and Safety Code (HSC), chapter 6.7, section 25290.1.2(a).] Below is a list of systems that have gone through the Multi Agency Review Process. The State Water Board found no evidence that these systems conflict with H&SC Chapter 6.7 section 25290.1.2(a).
|Manufacturer||Model||Applicability||Description of Operation||Date of Letter|
|Vapor Systems Technologies, INC.||VST Green Machine||Green Machine vapor processing unit||Equipment used in conjunction with ARB approved VST balance EVR dispensing hardware||1/10/12|
|Emco Wheaton||Emco Wheaton Retail||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Equipment for Emco Wheaton Retail EVR Phase 1 System||11/17/10|
|Healy||Healy Liquid/Vapor Condensate Trap||Modification to EVR, Phase II System||Addition of a liquid/vapor condensate trap to the Healy phase II EVR||11/18/09|
|Vapor System Technologies, Inc.||VST||Balance Phase II EVR||VST Balance Phase II EVR for use with the Healy CAS without ISD||10/3/09|
|Emco Wheaton||Emco Wheaton||Balance Phase II EVR System||For use with Hirt VCS 100 and for use with or with out the Incon VRM and DTU||6/17/09|
|OPW Fueling Components, Inc.||1-3100 Series Spill Container||New Spill Bucket Assembly for Phase 1 Vapor Recovery Systems.||Spill bucket design allows for replacement without breaking concrete||1/5/09|
|Hirt Manufacturing||VCS 100 Vapor Processor||User with VST and Emco-Wheaton balance EVR systems||Removes excess gasoline vapor from UST systems.||1/5/09|
|Veeder-Root||Veeder-Root Vapor Polisher||New pressure control system for use with VST Balance EVR Systems||Excess vapors are channeled to an activated carbon canister when positive tank pressure exists.||10/3/08|
|Franklin Fueling||Data Transfer Unit (TD-DTU)
DTU Dispenser Installation Kit
|For use at gasoline dispensing stations when upgrading INCON vapor recovery systems.||Used to transfer vapor recovery data from the dispenser to the monitoring console using an existing AC powerline.||7/17/08|
|Franklin Fueling||Phil-Tite Phase I EVR||Use of the Phil-Tite Phase I EVR system with E-85 Fuel||Current Phil-tite Phase I EVR can be used with E-85 fuel||6/26/08|
|Veeder-Root||VST including Veeder-Root In-Station Diagnostics (ISD) System||New ISD system for Approved Phase II EVR Assist and Balance Systems||ISD monitors the collection and containment of vapors by vapor recovery equipment. (EO. VR202-E)||3/26/08|
|Husky Corp.||5885 Pressure/Vacuum Vent||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Update of Model 4885 P/V Valve||1/28/08|
|Beaudreau Electric, Inc.||BEI PV-Zero||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Closes off the tank vent unless pressure or vacuum level exceeds allowable thresholds.||1/28/08|
|INCON||INCON Vapor Recovery Monitoring System||New EVR, Phase II System||ISD monitors the collection and containment of vapors by vapor recovery equipment.||12/20/07|
|Vapor System Technologies, Inc.||VST Phase II EVR System||New EVR, Phase II System||Phase II EVR System with membrane processor, for use with balance dispensers.||11/1/07|
|CNI Manufacturing||CNI Phase I EVR System||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of Emco Wheaton overfill prevention valve and swivel adaptor to CNI Phase I EVR system.||8/10/07|
|Emco Wheaton||Emco Wheaton Balance Phase II EVR||New EVR, Balance Phase II System||For use with Hirt VCS 100 and for use with or without the Incon VRM and DTU||6/17/07|
|OPW Fueling Components, Inc.||OPW Phase I EVR System||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of a remote fill configuration and minor modification of several existing components. 61SO overfill prevention valve has been modified slightly and is now called 71SO.||4/10/07|
|Franklin Fueling Systems - Phil-Tite||Phil-Tite EVR Phase I System||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of EBW's Auto Limiter II Overfill Prevention Drop Tube and other EBW Phase I components to the Phil-Tite EVR Phase I System.||11/13/06|
|Healy Systems, Inc.||Healy Clean Air Separator||Modification to EVR, Phase II System||Addition of Mode1 807 Swivel Breakaway and 1302 Flow Limiter to the Healy Phase II EVR System.||11/13/06|
|Emco Wheaton Retail||EVR Phase I System||New EVR, Phase I System||Complete Phase I EVR System with integral overfill prevention (flapper valve) and spill containment, available in direct-bury and multi-port configurations.||8/8/06|
|OPW Fueling Components, Inc.||Vaporsaver ORVR-Compatible||Modification to EVR, Phase II System||Change of fan material from plastic to aluminum, addition of a fan support bracket, and the use of cast aluminum for select components in place of machined aluminum.
|CNI Manufacturing||Stand Alone Direct Bury Spill Containment Models 205 & 214||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of ductile iron stand-alone (direct bury)
can only be
used for applications
where the secondary
of the fill
riser is not
|Veeder-Root||Healy System, Inc. Including Veeder-Root In-Station Diagnostic (ISD) System||New EVR, Phase II System||ISD monitors the collection and containment of vapors by vapor recovery equipment
|OPW Fueling Components, Inc.||500 L Series, 53 VML, and 1-2100 Series||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of fiberglass bucket around the 500 L Series spill container, protective guard outside of the bellows of 1-2100 Series spill container, and a non-substantive revision to the 53 VML ball float vent valve.
|Phil-Tite Enterprises||85000-1 Series Spill Container||Modification to EVR, Phase I System||Addition of 85000-1 Series spill container to currently certified Phil-Tite phase I Vapor Recovery System.
|Healy System, Inc.||Healy Clean Air Separator, Model 9961||New EVR, Phase II System||Stand alone device that assists in controlling vapor emissions from gasoline dispensing facilities.
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