Oil Tank Removal in Palos Park, IL

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8348 Cristina Ave, Orland Park IL 60462

Simich Excavating is committed to providing our customers with the results they want and the services they need at a price they can afford. Our goal is to achieve superior results for our clients, performing mobile home demolition, oil tank removal, and more.

5735 S Harlem Ave, Chicago IL 60638

Since 2005, A Western Recycling has been raising the bar in quality service and customer care. They’re experts in all things waste disposal, debris removal, and light demolition.

Serving Palos Park, IL

Albrecht Enterprises focuses on large scale commercial demolition, residential demolition, pool removals, and more. They are a locally owned business that has been around since 1974.

1950 W Hubbard St, Chicago IL 60622

Since 1952, Midwest Wrecking Company has demolished thousands of single family homes throughout the greater Chicagoland area. We have performed complete demolitions of large manufacturing plants, oil tank removals, interior demolition, and more.

Serving Palos Park, IL

At McAllister, Inc. it’s their goal to not only meet but exceed their clients’ expectations. They're based in Cedar Lake and serve clients from Chicago and throughout Merryville. McAllister offers professional excavation, demolition, and site work.

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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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