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If you have an abandoned fuel tank on your property, you may want to think about having it removed. If you choose to keep such a tank on the property, you may face a couple problems. First, selling a property with an unused tank can be difficult because new owners don’t want the liability that comes with owning such a tank. More importantly, there are liability issues that come with having an abandoned fuel tank on your property. If you’re interested in researching your options for Delaware oil tank removal, then you should contact us. We will answer all your questions and provide you with professional and courteous service.
Oil Tank Removal You Can Count On
The cost for a Delaware oil tank removal can vary and is based on several different factors. The most prominent factors in determining the cost of your tank removal are:
- Location of your fuel tank
- Size of your fuel tank
- Whether the fuel tank is closed
- Whether the tank is leaking
- Amount of contamination
- Remedial measures to correct the contamination
We understand that you are going to want to know the cost of your Delaware oil tank removal. We want to give you an accurate estimate. To accomplish this, we will visit your property for an assessment. We will test the soil and groundwater to determine if there is any contamination. If we find any contamination, we will tailor a plan to address the contamination issues and safely remove your fuel tank. Our ultimate goal is to restore your property to its original state before there was ever a tank on the property.
One common misconception that many people have is that a small tank is unregulated and cannot cause damage if it leaks. The truth is that any tank, no matter its size, is regulated at the state and federal levels if it contains flammable or combustible products. Laws are in place to ensure fuel tanks meet specific standards and that if any contamination occurs, proper remediation will take place. Even the smallest tank can leak bringing about the need for remediation. A small leak can have a negative impact on the surrounding soil and groundwater and ultimately the enviornment. The law will require you to clean up the contamination. This can be very expensive and is something you should avoid if at all possible. For this reason, it is wise to remove an abandoned fuel tank.
Don’t wait until there’s a problem with your fuel tank. The last thing you want to deal with is contamination caused by a tank you are no longer using. We know you care about your property and the environment. We do too which means you can trust us to provide you with superior service that is second to none. We will make your Delaware oil tank removal our priority. You will be able to enjoy your property with the peace of mind of knowing you don’t have to worry about a costly contamination problem caused by a fuel tank. We can take any job no matter how big or small. It makes no difference if your fuel tank is above or below ground. We have the proper equipment, manpower and knowledge to get the job done. We will keep you informed throughout the process and answer your questions along the way. Call us today to see how we can help you with your Delaware oil tank removal.
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