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IMPORTANT: In accordance with 2013 legislation, the Delivery Fee imposed under Mass. Gen. Laws c. 21J is required to be adjusted at the beginning of each calendar year by the percentage, if any, by which the consumer price index, as defined in section 1 of the Internal Revenue Code (26 U.S.C. sec. 1) for the preceding year exceeds the consumer price index for the calendar year that ends before such preceding year. Effective January 1, 2018, the UST Delivery Fee will increase from $257.15 per Delivery Load of 10,000 gallons to $262.26 per Delivery Load (i.e., 2.6226 cents per gallon).
As a reminder, beginning January 1, 2018, the monthly UST Delivery Fee reporting form (Form 500) must be filed electronically through the MassTaxConnect system. Please refer to the related What’s New Item below for more information.
Effective January 1, 2018, the UST Program will no longer be accepting paper applications for:
Any paper application received after January 1, 2018 will be returned. Please refer to the Electronic Filing System- eUST link for more information about the electronic filing system (eUST) and how to register for access
Starting on January 1, 2018, the monthly UST Delivery Fee must be filed using MassTaxConnect.
Paper returns won’t be accepted. Payment fees can be made online:
The online option will be available on December 12, 2017. If you’re filing in December, online or by paper, UST Delivery Fees collected in November 2017 must be:
Also, as with the paper filing requirement, all UST delivery loads must be included with the return. When filing online, each load can be uploaded either manually by:
See the Notice for Electronic Filing Fee (pdf) for additional information.
On March 30, 2017, the UST Board approved a new policy that presents guidance on collecting data to support costs for the:
The purpose of this policy is to provide an acceptable framework for collecting and submitting documentation that demonstrates that soil excavated and disposed of as part of a Response Action is eligible for reimbursement.
Also, on April 27, 2017, the UST Board approved a policy to partially extend reimbursement benefits for disposal costs of soils “impacted” by Petroleum Products. The full text of the policy can be found on the UST Claims, Updates, Reports, Regulations and Policies page.
The UST Program has launched “eUST” which allows the online filing of:
Facility owners and claimants can manage authorized users online which ends the need for Owner Authorization forms.
Please select the “Electronic Filing System – eUST” for more information.