Leaking Underground Tanks

Certified Labs & Analytical Methods - Analyses performed to provide data to be submitted to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) must be accomplished through laboratories certified for the parameters being measured.

Environmental Covenant / Institutional Control - The legislature passed the "Uniform Environmental Covenants Act" (UECA), 2005 Iowa Acts, S.F. 375 which took effect July 1, 2005.

UST Frequently Asked Questions

Field Office (FO) Contacts

LUST Corrective Action Process - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Section conducted an intensive weeklong Kaizen event in July, 2004.

Landfarming

Plastic Water Line Survey - The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conducted an informational survey on petroleum permeation of plastic water lines.

LUST Posted Project Information

USTfield Projects - "USTfield" applies to abandoned or underused industrial and commercial properties where reuse is complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination from underground petroleum storage tanks.

LUST Forms

LUST Site Assessment - The documents linked to this page all relate to the assessment of sites where leaking underground storage tanks (LUST) are or have been located. 

Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Electronic Records

The Iowa DNR UST Section is pleased to announce leaking underground storage tank (LUST) records are available for viewing electronically. This site is for public viewing and requires the user to login.

LUST Electronic Records Website

User ID: lustpublic
Password: lustdna1 

After accessing the web site, a User’s Guide is available to assist with navigation.

At this time, only a small portion of all LUST files are available for public viewing, but more will become available as this project progresses. If you cannot find records for a LUST site property, please contact DNR Records Center at 515-725-8480 or DNR.Records@dnr.iowa.gov

The goal of our Electronic Records Project is to index and digitize all records related to LUST facilities and make these available through this web site. However, given there are nearly 6,600 LUST site files stored in various forms (film, microfiche, paper, electronic), it is expected the project will take some time to complete. Files associated with LUST sites that have met regulatory closure are first in line to be digitized and uploaded. This project will help us organize and maintain permanent documents, make records readily available to the public, and free up storage space currently held by paper and filmed records at the DNR Records Center.