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What happens to the excavation while samples are being analyzed?   If the heating oil tank is failed by the town inspector on the day of removal a bottom sample will be collected for waste classification analysis of the soils.  The open excavation will be lined...

What if your tank has holes or fails inspection?      There are four conditions an inspector and our technician will look for once the heating oil tank has been removed from the excavation. 1)      The first is the integrity of the tank, are there any corrosion holes...

Have you seen our trucks in your neighborhood?  Has it got you thinking…do I have a heating oil tank? If it does call Tank Solutions to discuss the removal process.  Taking care of your underground oil tank before it becomes a problem or before you...

Are you selling your home?  Is there an underground heating oil tank on your property? If you are unsure call Tank Solutions today to schedule a tank search.  A technician will arrive at the property to inspect the basement foundation for any evidence of copper...

Meet Tank, the newest member of the Tank Solutions family!  Our staff take great care when they come to extract an oil tank from your property and this little kitten is living proof of how careful they are!  A few weeks ago we were taking...

When a homeowner hears the phrase "underground oil tank" they tend to have a sinking feeling in the pit of their stomachs!  However, just because you have an underground oil tank does not mean that you will have to have a full soil remediation done...

Believe it or not, there are MANY companies that can remove an oil tank for you.  However, there are only a limited number of them who can handle the entire process of oil tank search, excavation and extraction of an oil tank and then deal...

Selecting a contractor to deal with your underground oil tank in New Jersey needs to be done with care.  It is important to make sure that they are registered with the DEP, that they have licensed and experienced staff and that they provide an estimate...

The biggest fear that home owners have when they discover an under ground oil tank on their property is that it might have leaked.  While we sometimes get requests to do soil sampling around an oil tank, the only sure way to know if there...