Underground Storage Tank Incidents Map

Disclaimer: NC DEQ staff have compiled this data set to the best of their abilities using the resources available to them. NC DEQ neither verifies nor guarantees the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of any data provided. NC DEQ provides this data without warranty of any kind whatsoever, either express or implied, and shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, or special damages arising out of the use of any data provided herein.

Note: UST Incidents are displayed according to their risk classification. Only “High Risk” incidents are visible at the default map scale. All other risk classifications become visible at a larger scale (zoomed in).  Please report inaccurate UST Incident locations to the appropriate UST Regional office or to Jeremy Poplawski and provide the correct information in your correspondence.


Additional Information Regarding UST Incident Attributes

Risk Rank: A numerical value determined during the Risk Rank Assessment process that considers a variety of site specific characteristics.

Source Abatement: “E” - The source presents an emergency condition that must be immediately abated. “A” - The UST System remains in operation and continues to discharge into the environment. “D” - The UST release has been abated, however, contaminated soil continues to release product or contaminants into the environment. “R” - The UST release has been abated and contaminated soil has been removed or remediated.