Oil Tank Removal in Orangeburg, SC

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Talton Construction Services

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Lexington, SC
  • Commercial Services
  • Residential Services
  • Over 40 years of experience
  • Family owned and operated
  • Free consultations

Talton Construction Services is a reliable family-owned and operated demo business with over 40 years of experience! When you need oil tank removal, our crew is the crew to call. Contact us today to schedule a free project estimate. more

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Seabrooke Demolition

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Barnwell, SC

Seabrooke Demolition offers a wide range of demolition services, including manual deconstruction and mechanical equipment demolition. Our team can demolish a variety of structures and more, including oil tanks, foundations, and more. more

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Tice Services LLC

Charleston, SC

Junk Legacies LLC specializes in junk removal and light demolition services, including oil tank removal. We provide technically superior services at a reasonable price and in an efficient, courteous manner. Contact our crew today to learn more or to get... more

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Affordable Hauling & Property Maintenance, LLC

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Summerville, SC

Affordable Hauling & Property Maintenance, LLC was founded in 1993 and 30 years later has evolved into a one-stop shop for all types of truck related and property management services under one roof, including commercial and residential demolition. Our locally-owned and operated company... more

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Sunshine Recycling LLC

Orangeburg, SC

Combining the expertise of our knowledgeable staff with the latest state-of-the-art technology, Sunshine Recycling LLC offers oil tank removal to our commercial and residential clients throughout Orangeburg, SC.  more

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Low Country Construction LLC

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Walterboro, SC

Low Country Construction, LLC. is the area’s land-clearing experts. We work daily on erosion control and land clearing projects. We know how to move dirt! We can safely and efficiently remove old oil tanks from the ground and return... more

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Kenco Grading & Excavating Inc

Lexington, SC

Located in Lexington, South Carolina, Kenco Grading & Excavating Inc is South Carolina’s trusted source for all your demolition and construction needs. We specialize in highway, street, and bridge construction, as well as excavating and grading services to meet... more

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Eagle Excavating

Lexington, SC

Since 1992, Eagle Excavating has been serving Lexington, SC and nearby communities. We take great pride in serving the homeowners and business owners in our area, and our commitment to them shows in our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.... more

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Clutter-Less

Orangeburg, SC

Clutter-Less is a Lexington, SC based demolition and junk removal company that is veteran and locally-owned! We provide a wide range of different property services, including both interior and structural demolition for residential and commercial customers. We take pride in... more

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T&M Trucking and Land Services

5.0
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Swansea, SC

T&M Trucking and Land Services provides Lexington, Calhoun, Orangeburg, and Richland Counties of South Carolina with safe and efficient demolition services. For nearly 15 years, we have helped countless families and commercial clients achieve their property dreams by clearing away... more

Tank Removal Tips for Orangeburg, SC

Tips for Removing Tanks

What is 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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