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Excerpt from "Above-ground 500-gallon polyethylene tank is unacceptable for storage of flammable and combustible liquids."
A 500 gallon above-ground tank made of polyethylene was used for temporary storage of PCB-contaminated mineral oil having a specific gravity less than 1 and a liquid temperature above 0 degrees Fahrenheit. The aboveground tank was placed on a concrete pad, and bermed on four (4) sides by sealed concrete block. It was also located within a metal shed to protect the unit from the elements.

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