We've got some calls from carriers concerning their vapor tightness certifications expiring. They are telling us the vendors they use aren't open so they can't get new tightness certifications. Are other experiencing this and would you allow to continue to load with expired certificate in this case?
This list was reported to ILTA from its member companies. Please let us know if there are any updates!
Please find attached a list of state RVP waivers and extensions as of 3/31/2020. If you know of others, that are missing from this list, please send the information to Peter Lidiak (email@example.com) and Jay Cruz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Alabama Allows the sale of 13.5psi RVP gasoline April 1 – May 1
Arkansas Allows the sale of 13.5psi RVP gasoline April 1 – May 1
Florida Allows the sale of 13.5psi RVP gasoline April 1 – April 30
Georgia Allows the sale of 13.5psi RVP gasoline April 1 – April 30
Illinois Allows the sale of 15psi RVP gasoline April 1 – April 30
Kansas Allows the sale of 13.5psi RVP gasoline April 1... more »
Trinity Consultants is keeping an updated list of state and federal RVP waivers, exemptions, etc: https://www.trinityconsultants.com/news/federal/covid-19-ehs-regulatory-updates
A list of state/federal RVP waivers for 4/9/2020. Also note:
-Still expecting waivers from FL, AL, and MD (FL issued a draft document with 11.5 RVP max until May 21 – Final release expected soon).
-Still needing waivers from DE, IA, and IN.
An Update from NY: "In order to ensure an adequate supply of gasoline, DEC will exercise its enforcement-discretion regarding the RVP of gasoline beginning on May 1, 2020 through May 31, 2020. Any gasoline containing a higher RVP stored in terminals on May 31, 2020 may be sold and supplied to a retailer or wholesale purchaser consumer until supply is depleted."