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Installation Guidelines
Oil Tank InstallerOFTEC, the Federation of Petroleum Suppliers and the Environmental Alliance, have produced a series of handy information sheets and guidelines to assist in the siting, installation and maintenance of oil tanks.
These are free to download and can be viewed by clicking the links below.  
OFTEC Technical Information Sheets and Guidance
OFTEC Oil Firing Technical AssociationThe Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC) is the trade association for the oil heating, cooking and fuel tank industry in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland. 
OFTEC produce a series of useful 'Home Guides' providing advice on oil tank installation and maintenance… and best of all, they’re free. To download your own copy, simply select the relevant publication below:
Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC) Guidance
If you don't find the answer to your query, you can always call OFTEC on 0845 65 85 080. Please note OFTEC may levy a charge for the resolution of more complex queries. 
Federation of Petroleum Suppliers (FPS) Guidance
FPS: The Federation of Petroleum SuppliersThe FPS is the trade association for the downstream oil distribution industry in the United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland. FPS members are the responsible for the delivery of the majority of heating oil to consumers in Great Britain. The FPS produces a series of briefing notes and guidance for the specification, design, installation and maintenance of oil tank installations. These can be downloaded by clicking the links below:
Pollution Prevention Guidelines
Oil Care Campaign - Follow The Code!The principal environmental regulators in the United Kingdom – Environment Agency; Environment Agency Wales; Northern Ireland Environment Agency; and The Scottish Environmental Protection Authority - have together produced a series of guidelines to assist in minimising the risk of a pollution incident occurring at an oil tank installation.
These publications can be downloaded by clicking the relevant link below:
If you're installing an Oil Tank at industrial, institutional or commercial premises, it is also worth checking out the NetRegs website or contacting your local Pollution Prevention Officer.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Every effort is made to keep this area of the site up to date. However, cannot be held liable for errors and omissions. Legal compliance is the user's responsibility. If you have concerns over compliance, you must seek professional advice, or contact your or local building standards or environmental authority. Additionally, recommends that all oil tanks should be installed only by a competent person, registered with The Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC). Please note that will not be responsible for any oil tank installation which is non-compliant with prevailing statutory requirements.
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