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Oil Tank Removal in Indian Hills, CO
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Dave's Landscape & Construction, Inc. has been providing quality, reliable demolition services throughout Lakewood, CO and the surrounding communities since 2008. We have high standards of quality control, safety control, and customer care.
Serving Brighton, Colorado and surrounding areas, Migzrigz Demolition specializes in comprehensive demolition and debris/junk cleanup, including oil tank removal. We are experienced in all that we do, so you can trust that your project will be done right.
Method Contracting Co knows what it takes to complete junk removal and demolition projects efficiently, safely, and for a fair price, including oil tank removal. We have the experience needed to complete all types of jobs throughout the Lakewood area.
Alpine Demolition Services LLC is devoted to their customers and providing the highest quality services available. They are a full-service demolition contractor specializing in demolishing buildings, infrastructures, railroads, interiors, and specialty demolitions.
KAP Site Services offers safe site survey and removal of underground storage tanks, heating tanks and oil tanks. KAP is a locally owned business with expertise in a wide range of demolition services. We stay on budget without compromising quality.
Based in Lakewood, Colorado and serving surrounding areas, Wayne’s offers a full suite of construction-related services aimed at helping homeowners achieve their dream home, including remodeling, demolition, exterior work, and more.
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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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