PSTIF funding may be currently available for your storage tank site, and Apex Envirotech can help. If you are the owner of a property that has sustained a documented release or leak from an underground or above ground storage tank (UST/AST), you may be eligible for funding for investigation and cleanup activities under the rules of the State of Missouri PSTIF.
Under current federal and state law, owners of USTs that store hazardous materials are liable for damages resulting from unexpected releases. Local and state agencies that provide oversight for environmental damages resulting from releases may require you to perform certain measures to investigate and cleanup environmental contamination resulting from these releases.
Missouri state law established the Missouri Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund to assist tank owners with funding for cleanup operations required by regulating bodies.
Apex Envirotech, Inc. has a proven track record and experience working with eligible individuals and businesses to obtain PSTIF funding and complete required investigations and cleanup activities to the satisfaction of the State of Missouri and PSTIF. The ultimate goal is to take the subject property from being an environmental liability back to a real estate asset.
Apex provides a single source to accomplish all tasks required by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) and PSTIF. Apex can perform and manage all aspects of environmental site assessment, remediation, and applications for reimbursement. Apex’s primary goal is the satisfaction of our clients while moving their sites to closure in a timely and cost effective manner.
The Missouri Petroleum Insurance Fund
Missouri PSTIF was established in 1989 in response to federal regulations requiring owners and operators to have financial funding available to cleanup contamination resulting from releases or leaks from USTs and ASTs.
Since the conception of PSTIF, it has provided funding for numerous UST sites. PSTIF works closely with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) to establish cleanup objectives and bring sites to closure.