Field-constructed tank definition

Field-constructed tank means a tank constructed in the field. For example, a tank constructed of concrete that is poured in the field, or a steel or fiberglass tank primarily fabricated in the field is considered field-constructed.
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Field-constructed tank means an UST constructed on site in the field, such as an UST constructed of concrete that is poured in the field, or a steel or fiberglass UST primarily fabricated in the field.
Field-constructed tank means an underground storage tank that is constructed in the field rather than factory built because of its large size.

More Definitions of Field-constructed tank

Field-constructed tank means a tank constructed in the field (i.e., constructed at the site of use). For example, a tank constructed of concrete that is poured in the field, or a steel or fiberglass tank primarily fabricated in the field.
Field-constructed tank means an UST that is constructed at the location it will be installed rather than factory-built.
Field-constructed tank means an underground tank constructed in the field or location where it will be used to store a regulated substance. For example, a tank constructed of con- crete that is poured on-site or a steel erected tank. This does not include field modifications to a factory-built tank.
Field-constructed tank means a tank constructed at a facility location.
Field-constructed tank means a tank that is constructed on-site.
Field-constructed tank means a tank that is largely constructed in the field. Such tanks are usually constructed of concrete or steel, shaped like flat vertical cylinders, and have a capacity of greater than 50,000 gallons. Field-constructed tank does not mean a tank that is principally factory-built, but is constructed in the field, such as a tank which has 2 factory-built halves that are welded together in the field.
Field-constructed tank means a UST which is constructed by assembling on-site at a