environmental regulations for any additional requirements for
storage of waste oil.
Containment. As discussed previously in this
section, provide containment, under and around all aboveground
Underground Tanks. Ensure all underground tanks are
double-walled and have overfill protection, as described
previously in this section.
SHIPBOARD OFF-LOAD FUEL STORAGE TANKS
Function. In addition to regular storage, consider
a storage tank for fuel removed from ships that may be off-
specification or otherwise not satisfactory for its intended
use. This fuel may be downgraded to heating oil or diesel
General Design Considerations. Determine the volume
requirements of the contaminated fuel storage tank by an
activity survey. Provide bottom-loading facilities for tank
truck loading and off-loading of contaminated fuel.
Locations. Locate the contaminated fuel storage
tank(s) in or near the facility tank farm. Clearly mark the
tank(s) as to the type or grade of fuel.
JET ENGINE TEST CELL FUEL STORAGE TANKS. Design jet
engine test cell fuel storage and issue systems to the same
alarms, gauging, shut-offs, etc.). Normally, tanks are
refilled using station aircraft refueling trucks through
aircraft single-point refueling adaptors.
FUELS AUTOMATED SYSTEM. The FAS is an Automated
Information System (AIS) designed to support the DFSC and the
management and distribution. FAS is a multi-functional AIS
which provides for point of sale data collection, inventory
control, finance and accounting, procurement, and facilities
management. FAS is composed of an integrated set of COTS
software applications, based around an oracle RDBMS, which is