The Tank Management Program (TMP) is designed to monitor and regulate all Aboveground Storage Tanks and Underground Storage Tanks, and their associated pipes, fittings, valves, structures, appurtenances, monitoring devices, alarms, gauges, protection devices and secondary containment spaces across the installation. The TMP provides resources to tank owners/operators such as inspection requirements, maintenance requirements, operational limitations and more, in accordance with applicable industry and environmental standards. The TMP enforces environmental regulations, orders, policy and industry standards and reports on compliance issues and issues of non-compliance.
Per the MCAS Iwakuni Tank Management Plan each tank owner/operator (Unit’s Facility Representative) at MCAS Iwakuni is responsible for ensuring that all inspection, maintenance and testing, as described in section 3 of the TMP, is completed for the tanks assigned to them. Tank owner/operator are responsible for keeping records of all inspection, maintenance, and testing. All tank owner/operators, with the exception of Fuels Department, shall submit completed monthly inspection to Facilities Environmental Spill and Tanks Program Manager by the 15th of each month.
Secondary Containment Drainage
Secondary containments shall be drained after every rain event or at the end of the work shift whichever comes first. It is required to have someone in attendance while the containment is being drained. The Drainage Log shall be completed after every drainage event. Secondary containment drainage is the responsibility of the unit’s facility representative.
タンクマネージメントプログラム(Japanese Translation of TMP)