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What's Wrong With This Picture? - UST Training

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What’s Wrong ATG

September 10, 2019

What's the first thing you notice about this tank gauge?

What’s Wrong With This Vent?

July 22, 2019

What's Wrong with this vent pipe?

Hint: It's a few things

May 29, 2019

What’s Wrong With This Dispenser?

What piece of equipment is not in its proper place?

What’s Wrong in Back

March 28, 2019

We've seen this before: What's not being given top priority here?

What’s Wrong Shop Vac

December 4, 2018

Is this the correct way to remove liquid from a sump?

Never, ever use an electrical device (in this case, a shop vac) to remove potentially combustible and vaporous liquid from any part of a UST system and especially a low point like a spill bucket or sump where gasoline vapors can gather.

October 19, 2018

Whats Wrong Dispenser

Look closely at piping....

You'll notice the product piping coming into the dispenser is not stainless steel or FRP but rubber. Plus the shear valves are not anchored. If a vehicle were to strike the dispenser and knock it over, both failing shear valve and non-standard piping could lead to a major accident like a fire.

What’s Wrong Printout

July 25, 2018

One of these conditions is not normal

Did you notice the temperature in Tank #2? It's 114.95 degrees F.

May 29, 2018

What’s Wrong Pipe

What's wrong with this product piping?

This was discovered at an active UST site that was having trouble passing a leak test.

What Wrong Another Sump

April 4, 2018

Okay What's Wrong Fans: Here's a stumper. What's not right about this picture?

What’s Wrong Sump

March 16, 2018

What's wrong with this picture?

Notice the copper tubing curling from 6 o'clock counter clockwise up to about 11 o'clock? It doesn't go anywhere. That's because someone removed the mechanical leak detector, which was probably in slow flow and irritating the customers. In our training we warn folks not to do this. In fact we learned last year about a $15,000 fine from a state UST agency to a UST operator who did just that.