• E-15 has been in the news a lot lately. Here is where we are today: Rulemaking proposed in January 2021 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to modify or eliminate E15 dispenser labels and loosen underground storage tank (UST) system requirements remains under review by EPA. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled late June 2021 that EPA could grant economic hardship waivers from Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) compliance to small refiners that failed to maintain a READ MORE
  • The EMV deadline is just around the corner and D&H United is here to help you become compliant using the latest technology from Gilbarco.  Whether it be new dispensers or upgrade kits we have the personnel and expertise to get you ready to take chip card transactions.  Our technical teams are experts at EMV dispensers, upgrade kits, and POS and can help you avoid the impending penalties and fees for not being EMV compliant.  Our READ MORE
  • Changes to New Mexico’s tank system testing and reporting requirements (20.5 NMAC) became effective July 24, 2018. The new regulations require that a qualified tester perform the first test of an owner/operators spill and overfill prevention equipment and interstitial monitoring containment sumps by July 24, 2021. Many types of testing must be done every year. Some must be done every three years. There are requirements for testing both aboveground and underground storage systems, and then READ MORE
  • On January 19, EPA proposed rulemaking covering E15 labeling on fuel dispensers and compatibility with underground storage tank (UST) systems. The proposed rule is designed to make it easier to sell E15 from E10 certified equipment. The first part of the rule seeks public comment on whether to modify, or eliminate altogether, the E15 dispenser warning label. The label is currently required by the E15 Misfueling Mitigation Rule. The label used today is designed to READ MORE
  • NFPA 30A, Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair Garages, is an essential publication for facility owners and operators, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) and inspectors, and architects and engineers involved in the design and construction of motor fuel dispensing facilities. The 2018 edition of NFPA 30A contained a new chapter (Section 14) that addresses on-site, on-demand fueling. In this concept, the patron arranges for fueling of his or her vehicle using a service that READ MORE