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The Underground Storage Tank (UST) Licensing and Certification Programs can be found in Chapter 567--134.18(455B) of the Iowa Administrative Code (see below). These rules require UST professionals to be licensed by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and ensures compliance with the technical requirements for UST systems.
UST-licensed professionals include installers, installation inspectors, compliance inspectors, cathodic protection inspectors, removers, testers (product lines, tanks and vapor recovery systems) and liners. Individuals who work with cathodic protection systems must be certified by NACE or STI and maintain that certification as well as maintain licensing requirements with the DNR. UST Professionals must be certified by the DNR’s UST Section in order to install new underground storage tank systems or to install technical upgrade existing regulated UST systems in Iowa.
Any questions can be emailed to USTLicensing@dnr.iowa.gov.
UST and GWP professional license renewals operate on a biannual basis, with UST professional license renewals being due in even numbered years and Groundwater professionals due in odd numbered years.
UST professional licenses are up for renewal at the end of 2022. Renewal applications for both company and individual licenses are due by December 1, 2022 with a non-refundable $200 fee each. Renewal applications postmarked after December 1 and before December 31 will be accepted with an additional non-refundable $50 late fee per application. No renewal applications postmarked after January 1, 2023 will be accepted. For a list of what is all required in the renewal application, please view our UST professional licensing requirements.
There are 2 options for submitting a renewal application:
Invoices for payment will be sent out to the email address on the application with instructions on how to make the payment. Payments can be made via check, debit card and credit card.
Contact USTLicensing@dnr.iowa.gov with questions.