Tracing the Justification for Tracer Testing

This post discusses the use of tracer testing for gasoline station construction in California and argues that, while the regulatory regime is excessive given that its original justification no longer exists, mandating use of tracer testing technology makes sense as long as we are under the current regulatory standards for “product-tight.” As a laborer in the gasoline station construction industry, I found myself at odds with the then-new regulatory regime enacted by California in 2003. Continue Reading →