In accordance with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Florida Administrative code Chapters 62-761 and 62-762 all fuel systems that rely on technology (electronic monitoring systems) to detect fuel release must be tested and calibrated by a technician certified by the manufacturer of such equiptment at least once a year.
The FDEP also requires testing "at the time of system installation and every 5 years thereafter for the following: double-walled Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) with closed interstitial spaces; double-bottomed Above ground Storage Tanks (ASTs); and double-walled integral piping with a closed interstitial space that is in contact with the soil and that is connected to USTs or ASTs."
Florida Metro is equipted to complete these certifications. To help you better understand what is required by law, we urge you to visit the following websites:
Florida's Storage Tank Regulations
A detailed summary of F.A.C.62-761/62-762