TAPE outside of Washington State

At the time of posting, the following agencies or jurisdictions included some level of reciprocity for the TAPE program. You should check directly with the specific agency or jurisdiction before planning, designing, or installing any stormwater treatment technology.

Please contact us if you have any updates, additions, or deletions to the list below. Thanks.
  • Sacramento, California: The City of Sacramento will consider TAPE GULD certifications for Basic Treatment.
  • Santa Monica, CA: The City of Santa Monica will accept TAPE, TARP and NJCAT.                     
  • Maine will accept TAPE approvals.                         
  • Denver, Colorado: will accept TAPE or TARP approvals. 
  • St. Louis, Missouri: The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) allows certification through TAPE or from the New Jersey DEP.  
  • New Hampshire: TAPE and TARP listed in regulations
  • Portland, Oregon (Bureau of Environmental Services): The City of Portland recently revised its standards for reviewing and accepting manufactured stormwater treatment technologies. Portland requires a GULD certification through TAPE as a submission requirement, but retains approval authority through their review and acceptance process. More information is available at www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/swmm.
  • Eugene, Oregon: Allows devices that have received a General Use Level Designation for Basic Treatment or Pre Treatment through the TAPE program.               
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will accept TAPE, TARP and NJCAT approvals as well as those accepted through the USEPA Environmental Technology Verification Program and the State of Maryland Proprietary Practice acceptance program.
  • Oregon Department of Transportation
  • Rhode Island: bacteria, nitrogen, and phosphorus treatment; will accept TAPE or TARP approvals as well as testing done using their own protocol.