The Bureau of Weights and Measures is responsible for the administration and regulation of the
Wisconsin Administrative Code ATCP 93 - Flammable and Combustible Liquids. The Bureau’s administrative and regulatory functions include:
- Reviewing of system design pre-installation plans for storage or dispensing system installation, modification or upgrade
- Registration of aboveground flammable and combustible liquid storage tanks
Permitting and registration of underground flammable and combustible liquid storage tanks
- Inspection of flammable and combustible liquid storage tank systems
- Maintaining the statewide aboveground and underground storage tank database
- Adoption of technical standards
- Credentialing individuals and companies working in storage tank-related specialties
- Administering ATCP 93 Local Program Operator agents
The Bureau of Weights and Measures can be reached by phone at 608-224-4942, option 3, or by email at DATCPStorageTanks@wisconsin.gov. Additionally, a list of specific subject area contacts can be found on our Storage Tank Contacts page.
Electronic Plan Review
The Bureau of Weights and Measures is now accepting electronic plan approval submissions for petroleum and hazardous liquids storage tank systems regulated by DATCP.
To submit electronic plans for approval, please send the required
form(s) and drawings to
DATCPPlanReview@wisconsin.gov. After the required forms and drawings have been received, DATCP will email an invoice for the amount due. Invoices may be paid online or by mail. No plan submission will be reviewed prior to receipt of payment for the required fees. Please submit plans either electronically or by mail, but not both.
*Please note that the maximum total size for emails and attachments is 35MB. If a total submission exceeds the size limit, it will need to be sent via multiple emails.
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Storage Tank Database
Click here to go to our searchable storage tank database. If you have questions regarding information in this database, please call 608-224-4942 and select option 3.
Please note: if you need copies of records associated with the information in the database, you must submit a public records request. For more information, please visit our Public Records page.