Storage Tank Compliance (DEP-Fuel Stations)
The storage tank compliance program, contracted by the Department of Environmental Protection, is designed to guard Florida’s great natural resources against the often harmful contaminates found in petroleum and other hazardous substances stored above and below ground in storage tanks.
To do this, Jefferson County Health Department in coordination with the Madison County Health Department performs annual fuel tank/storage tank inspections to seven counties in North Florida. In addition to annual compliance inspections, the installation and closure of all tanks are monitored by the program. Lastly we respond to any incidents, complaints, and/or discharges associated with the potentially hazardous substances stored in petroleum and storage tanks.
Staff and Counties Served:
David Graham based out of Jefferson County Health Department (850) 342-0170 x220
Serving: Jefferson County, Wakulla County, and Taylor County.
Stephen Snipes based out of Madison County Health Department (850) 973-5000 x133
Serving: Suwannee County, Madison County, Dixie County, and Lafayette County.
Mike Gordon – Jefferson & Madison Contract Manager
Madison Office – (850) 973-5000 x 1565, Jefferson Office (850) 342-0170 x 219
For information regarding storage tank compliance or for forms associated with the program please visit.
This page last updated January 14, 2010.