- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 3. Environmental Conservation
- Section 385. Registration Fee.
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. Registration of Tanks and Tank Systems.
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. Notification of Changes in Tank Systems.
AS 46.03.385. Registration Fee.
- (a) At the time of registration under AS 46.03.380
, and annually thereafter, the owner or operator shall pay to the department a registration fee for each tank
registered unless the owner or operator has notified the department under AS 46.03.395
that the tank has been taken out of service. An underground storage tank that has leak detection, spill and overflow
protection, and corrosion protection that meet requirements of the department is subject to a $50 annual registration
fee, regardless of tank capacity. An underground storage tank system that lacks any or all of these features is
subject to an annual registration fee of
- (1) $150 if the underground storage tank capacity is less than 1,000 gallons;
- (2) $300 if the underground storage tank capacity is 1,000 - 5,000 gallons;
- (3) $500 if the underground storage tank capacity is over 5,000 gallons.
- (b) An underground petroleum storage tank or tank system owned or operated by the federal or state government is exempt
from the registration fee in (a) of this section.
- (c) A registration fee that is not paid within 30 days of when it is due shall be increased by a late payment fee equal to
$10 per day until the day of payment.
- (d) The first annual fee under this section must be accompanied by the information required under AS 46.03.400
. Subsequent annual fees must be accompanied by the names and addresses of the owner and operator of the tank system,
and the location and capacity of, and substance being stored in, the tanks for which the fee is being submitted.
- (e) [Repealed, Sec. 2 ch 102 SLA 2006].
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