D-40 - Service Station Equipment and Maintenance Contractor
California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications
A service station maintenance contractor installs, repairs, maintains or calibrates monitoring equipment for underground fuel storage tanks up to 20,000 gallons which have been or are to be used for dispensing gasoline, diesel fuel, waste oil or kerosene (no chemicals). This includes the installation of vapor probes in back fill areas of the tanks and any associated calibration work, including but not limited to the testing and adjustment of leak detection and vapor recovery equipment, such as automatic tank gauges, leak line detectors, vapor recovery lines, and in-station diagnostics.
Note for Those Holding a License with this Classification Issued Prior to January 18, 2001: You may perform all the work as described above, as well as install and/or remove the underground fuel storage tanks themselves, including the installation and/or removal of all incidental tank related piping and electrical work, and the installation of auto hoisting equipment, grease racks, compressors, air hoses, and other service station equipment.