Cost Data - Vapor Recovery Systems At Service Stations.
Data are presented on the costs of installing vapor control systems at gasoline service stations. Data were obtained on a voluntary basis from contractors, purchasers of systems, governmental agencies, and an engineering design firm.
The control systems are divided into two types (1) vapor balance systems and (2) vacuum assist systems with vapor processing units. A further breakdown was made by number of dispensing nozzles.
In general the costs of vacuum assist systems appear to be approximately twice those for vapor balance systems.
|Air pollution; Gasoline marketing; Service Station Vapor Control|
|Office of Air and Radiation|
|Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards|
|No division specified|
|Vincent, Edwin J.|
|Pacific Environmental Services, Inc.|