Oil Tank Removal in Huntington Park, CA

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Line 1 11201 Santa Fe Avenue, Lynwood CA 90262

BHL Industries Inc. is a demolition expert with capabilities in scrap and concrete recycling. We offer both superior services and a highly professional staff with safety at heart.

1300 E Burnett St, Signal Hill CA 90755

Located in Signal Hill, CA and serving the greater Los Angeles area, Lovco Construction, Inc. is the company to turn to when you need services you can count on. They specialize in demolition, excavating, grading, earthwork, concrete and asphalt, and more.

320 S Cypress St, La Habra CA 90631

When you hire Affordable Services, you get exactly that: affordable services. They believe that quality work shouldn’t come at the expense of an empty wallet. They specialize in demolition, tree removal, and more.

2621 Honolulu Ave, Montrose CA 91020

Licensed and certified, Interior Demolition, Inc. serves Montrose, CA and nearby communities. They’re fully licensed and certified, and they specialize in demolition and excavating services.

Serving Huntington Park, CA

Serving all of Southern California, Tim Greenleaf Engineering specializes in all things excavating and demolition, including deconstruction. They offer practical, low-cost solutions to a wide range of residential and commercial needs.

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Tips for Removing Tanks

The History of Oil Tanks

  • 1859 — Oil is discovered and stored in wooden barrels.
  • Late 1800s — The first steel storage tanks are produced to keep valuable oil safe.
  • 1922 — First standards for steel storage tank safety are developed.
  • 1930s — Underground storage tanks are now the preferred storage method, opposed to the previously preferred above ground storage tanks.
  • 1960s — Tank owners grow more frustrated and more concerned with oil loss due to tank corrosion.
  • 1970s — Concerns begin to spread regarding the environmental impact of oil tank leaks.
  • 1988 — The EPA sets a deadline for upgrading underground tank systems, putting new tank regulations into place.
  • 1990s — Many begin closing and removing their tanks due to the widely known environmental and health risks.
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