This is the first consolidated, national database of underground storage tanks providing unparalleled insight to environmental risks.
SAN DIEGO February 06, 2018
HazardHub, the nationâ€™s fastest-growing supplier of geospatial risk data, has announced the release of the nationâ€™s first comprehensive database of Underground Storage Tanks (USTs.) The database contains over 622,000 locations and 1.6 million underground tanks across all fifty states. The data is available via HazardHubâ€™s fast and powerful data API.
Brady Foust, Chief Science Officer of HazardHub says, â€œFor the first time, a single, national database of the hazards represented by USTâ€™s â€“ with the exact location of those tanks – is available in one place. The HazardHub UST database goes far beyond what is currently available by assembling raw data â€“ sometime in paper form – from each and every state. Developing a national database of underground storage tanks is not a trivial pursuit. Our UST database is an incredible achievement by our team of top-notch data team.â€�
For the first time, HazardHub subscribers can see â€“ for any location in the county â€“ a list of the USTs at and near a specific property. HazardHub USTs will also show the â€“
Number of Tanks
Type of tank
Tank Size (Gal)
Use Status (IN or Out of Use)
Date Last Inspected
Bob Frady, CEO of HazardHub, adds â€œWeâ€™re thrilled to release the nationâ€™s most comprehensive source of underground storage tanks ever available. USTs represent a tremendous risk to insurers, homeowners and communities, as USTs can lead ground pollution, explosions and potentially millions of dollars in liability. Weâ€™re constantly looking to grow our collection of cutting-edge hazard risks. USTâ€™s represent yet another way that HazardHub is turning the spatial risk industry on its head.â€�
To learn more about HazardHub and our incredible, cutting-edge, visit us at http://www.hazardhub.com
Air. Fire. Water. Earth. Man Made. HazardHub is the fastest growing provider of property-level hazard risk databases spanning the most dangerous perils in the continental United States. HazardHub translates huge amounts of geospatial digital data into easy to understand answers, providing easy to comprehend risk scorecards that are used to make real world decisions. Our team of scientists provide comprehensive, and innovative, national coverage for risks that destroy and damage property.