Top-Notch, Professional Oil Tank Removal and Soil Testing in Bayonne, NJ
Brinks Tank Services was contracted to remove an underground oil tank and perform soil testing at a property in Bayonne, NJ. The oil tank was approximately 1000 gallons in size. The soil testing was conducted to determine if there was any contamination in the soil as a result of the oil tank.
The oil tank was removed by a team of Brinks Tank Services employees. The tank was first drained of its oil and then carefully excavated from the ground. The tank was then transported to a disposal facility.
The soil testing was conducted by a team of Brinks Tank Services employees. The soil was tested for the presence of oil and other contaminants. The results of the soil testing were negative, indicating that there was no contamination in the soil.
The project was completed on time and within budget. The client was satisfied with the services provided by Brinks Tank Services.
Benefits of Removing an Underground Oil Tank
There are several benefits to removing an underground oil tank. First, removing an underground oil tank can help to prevent environmental contamination. If an underground oil tank leaks, it can contaminate the soil and groundwater. This can have a negative impact on the environment and on human health. Second, removing an underground oil tank can help to improve the value of your property. Many potential buyers are hesitant to purchase a property that has an underground oil tank on the property. Removing the underground oil tank can make your property more attractive to potential buyers. Third, removing an underground oil tank can help to protect you from liability. If an underground oil tank leaks and contaminates the environment, you could be held liable for the cleanup costs. Removing the underground oil tank can help to protect you from this liability.
Benefits of Soil Testing
There are several benefits to soil testing. First, soil testing can help to identify any contamination in the soil. If there is contamination in the soil, it can be cleaned up before it causes any problems. Second, soil testing can help to determine if the soil is suitable for development. If the soil is contaminated, it may not be suitable for development. Third, soil testing can help to identify any potential health risks. If there is contamination in the soil, it may pose a health risk to people who live or work in the area.
If you are considering removing an underground oil tank or having your soil tested, please contact Brinks Tank Services . We would be happy to discuss your specific needs and to provide you with a free consultation.
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