Terminals Mean Jobs in Communities
Terminal members are located in more than 700 communities around the world. In each of these locations, these companies provide good-paying jobs, and they also pay property taxes to the local government. Whether these facilities are located in a port, on a river, or are connected to a pipeline, they are creating a positive economic impact in their local communities. Terminals offer employment opportunities in operations, engineering, environmental management, safety, information technology, security, sales, marketing, business development and many other disciplines.
Terminals Comply with Layers of Government Regulations
The U.S. liquid terminals industry complies with a host of regulations by federal, state and even local jurisdictions. Government regulations cover construction of, storage at and transportation to and from facilities, as well as environmental performance, facility safety, worker safety, facility security and emergency preparedness and response.
Read more about federal, state and local oversight plus the industry standards, guidelines and recommended practices followed by the industry by viewing and downloading our Regulatory Fact Sheet: