Identify a specific active gas station or truck stop you are familiar with
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #2
LDEQ (LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY) EDMS Research on a UST Site and a Non-UST Site (any
other site) –
Part 1. UST Site Research in EDMS
• Identify a specific active gas station or truck stop you are familiar with. Locate
this site within LDEQ EDMS based on the name and/or address. You may need
to review Google Earth for physical addresses to use in the EDMS research.
• If you don’t know the name of the gas station (i.e. Food N Fun 12), you may
have to search for it by city and type of site within EDMS or you can search
within EDMS using the physical address. This process was demonstrated in class.
• Download the most recent Compliance Evaluation Inspection (CEI) done by
LDEQ at the site. MAKE SURE IT IS THE MOST CURRENT CEI.
• Write one paragraph with 4-6 sentences that lists how many USTs are at the site,
what type of fuel each one stores, and their individual capacities in gallons.
Review the beginning pages of the CEI and find out the type of tanks they are as
well as the material the product lines are made of that transfer the product.
• Attach a cover sheet to your narrative with your name, the date it was turned in,
the name of the site, the site address, and the LDEQ Agency Interest (AI)
number. Attach the CEI download.
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #2
Part 2. Non-UST Site Research in EDMS
• Through random searching in EDMS or looking into a site you are
familiar with or interested in, locate ANY other NON-UST site in
the State of Louisiana in any city or parish.
• Find a small site such as a dry cleaners, body shop or any type of
smaller industrial business, active or abandoned, that is not a UST
site. Avoid large facilities with multiple pages of records.
• Provide the name of the site, the site address, and the LDEQ
Agency Interest (AI) number.
• Open the EDMS files for this site, review the material and write a
paragraph with of 4-6 sentences that briefly summarizes why
LDEQ went to the site and what was accomplished as well as the
current compliance status. Try to determine if the site is active,
closed or abandoned.
• You can combine the information found in EDMS with outside
sources of information that you may refer to from a Google
search or other source.