This month’s spotlight shines on the most venerable and reliable UST journal LUSTLine, published by NEIWPCC, the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission. NEIWPCC is actually one of the oldest groundwater protection organizations in the US, getting its start by Congress in 1947 to help New England states (plus New York) strategize water-related issues.
LUSTLine itself dates back to 1985, when it began publishing articles are USTs and LUSTs (leaking USTs for the uninitiated). LUSTLine is published quarterly and offers very helpful, timely and relevant articles about preventing and cleaning up leaking UST sites. In 1986 I wore my now famous NEIWPCC “LUST Buster” T shirt to ceremony where then-Governor Madeleine Kunin signed tank rules into law in Hardwick, Vermont at the site of a big leak. Seems like a long time ago…
If you haven’t already done so, we strongly suggest you subscribe to LUSTLine and/or download the current edition.
NEIWPCC also hosts the National Tanks Conference and Expo, whose 2015 dates and location we hope to see officially announced shortly.