Compliance Strategies for Gasoline Distribution Facilities

Date of Award


Document Type

Undergraduate Capstone Project

Degree Name

Master of Applied Science

Organizational Unit

University College, Environmental Policy and Management


Environmental Policy & Mgmt

First Advisor

Daniel Pope




Gasoline Distribution Generally Available Control Technology (GD GACT) is a Federal environmental regulation that is specifically written and enforced to reduce HAP emissions from gasoline distribution (GD) facilities. The regulation targets four specific types of GD facilities: bulk gasoline terminals, bulk gasoline plants, pipeline breakout stations, and pipeline pumping stations. A GD GACT compliance plan was developed for a particular, representative example of each type of GD facility affected by the regulation. Each facility in the study is owned and operated by a single company. The compliance plans were developed to meet the regulatory requirements contained within GD GACT. The compliance plans will be implemented at each facility prior to the January 10, 2011 compliance date.

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