When you think of contracting what comes to mind? A man with a hard hat? Electricians? Plumbers? Well, you’re not wrong, but there’s so many different types of fields within contracting. For this article, we wanted to share with you a little bit about the profession of pollutant storage systems and what is required to become this kind of contractor.
According to the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR), a pollutant storage systems contractor is defined as a contractor whose services are “limited to the installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, extension, or design and use of materials and items used in the installation, maintenance, extension, and alteration of, pollutant storage tanks.”
A pollutant storage systems contractor needs to be licensed to work legally in the state of Florida. This type of contractor can install, remove, maintain, extend, and alter underground fuel oil, chemical, and gasoline pollutant storage tanks, piping and pump installations if he or she has a license.