Oil Tank Removal in Richvale, CA

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H & H Trenching Inc.

1251 Ella Ave, Olivehurst CA 95961

H & H Trenching Inc. provides Olivehurst, California and surrounding areas with superior demolition, excavating, and trenching services. We work hard to meet our clients' needs. Our team is experienced and capable of handling projects both big and small. ...

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John Hoffman Backhoe

124 Wine Blossom Dr, Chico CA 95973

John Hoffman Backhoe is located in Chico, CA and serves nearby cities. Our crew is trained to perform a variety of demolition and excavation services, including oil tank removal. We are dedicated to customer service and work with our customers ...

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Smartgen Builders Inc

257 South Murdock Avenue, Willows CA 95988

Smartgen Builders Inc offers a stunning variety of residential and commercial demolition services in Willows, CA and the surrounding areas, including oil tank removal. Our crew has years of experience in the industry and knows what it takes to complete ...

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Santos Excavating Inc

460 Ryan Ave, Chico CA 95973

Established in 1977, Santos Excavating, Inc. has been serving Chico, CA and the Sacramento Valley for more than 35 years. They specialize in demolition, excavating, grading, and erosion control, but they also offer a wide range of other services, too.

Tank Removal Tips for Richvale, CA

Tips for Oil Tank Removal

How long have oil tanks been used?

Oil tanks have been used since 1859 when oil was discovered. What started as wooden barrels grew to meet the needs of the oil industry and soon were constructed of metal. The first steel storage tanks were constructed in the late 1800s once companies realized how much of their "black gold" was escaping.

Soon after, in 1922, a third-party testing facility developed the first standards for steel storage tank safety.

In 1988, the EPA set a deadline for implementing new tank safety regulations. Since the 1990s, more and more people have decided to close and remove their tanks due to the widely-known environmental and health risks.

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