Title 10, Chapter 1, Section 268
(a) Every entity licensed to sell or distribute liquefied petroleum
gas in this state shall have located within the State of Georgia
storage capacity for a minimum of 30,000 water gallons of liquefied
petroleum gas, except that entities initially licensed prior to July
1, 1990, may continue to operate with the previously approved 18,000
gallons minimum storage capacity. If the 30,000 gallons (water
capacity) storage consists of more than one container, then no
storage container used to meet this requirement shall be of a size
less than 6,000 gallons (water capacity).
(b) The storage capacity required by subsection (a) of this Code
section shall be within close proximity to the area serviced.
(c) The state fire marshal, in his discretion and in accordance with
such rules and regulations as have been or may be duly promulgated
and adopted under this article, may waive the minimum bulk storage
facility requirement of subsection (a) of this Code section.
(d) If the storage capacity required by subsection (a) of this Code
section is leased or rented, then such storage capacity must be
dedicated to the exclusive use of the lessee and must include
separate piping and loading/unloading facilities.