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Covid-19 Related Announcement

The Energy and Environment Cabinet has implemented several measures to enable social distancing and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, including the closure of offices to the public.  The Division for Air Quality continues to process Gasoline Tank Truck Certifications, but is not accepting walk-in applications.  Gasoline Tank Truck Certification applications must be submitted by mail.  To ensure that your certification does not lapse, we ask that you be proactive and apply for certification well in advance of the expiration.  Your certification will be processed and the sticker mailed to you.


Gasoline tankers that load at bulk terminals in certain Kentucky counties must display a valid Division for Air Quality-issued sticker indicating that the tanker and its vapor-collection system have passed a leak test pursuant to Method 27, "Determination of Vapor Tightness of Gasoline Delivery Tank Using Pressure-Vacuum Test," specified in 40 CFR 60, Appendix A.

To obtain the sticker, tanker operators should complete and submit to the Division for Air Quality a completed Gasoline Tank Truck Certification Form DEP 6020. The completed application should include the test results demonstrating compliance with the Method 27 test, along with a $10 sticker fee and additional information relating to the tanker's owner and tanker specifications.

Please mail completed form and fee to:

Division for Air Quality, Field Operations Branch, 300 Sower Blvd., Frankfort KY 40601

For additional information on the tank-truck certification program, contact Diana Davidson.