Oil Tank Removal in Robert, LA

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Bergeron's Pro

Covington, LA

At Bergeron's Pro, our team has the experience and high-quality equipment needed to handle all your structural and interior demolition needs, including oil tank removal. We work with our customers to make all of their dreams come true on a... more

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JDog Junk Removal & Hauling New Orleans

Paradis, LA

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling of New Orleans is a veteran-owned company who only employs veterans. We have a heartfelt desire to help our community, providing mobile home demolition, oil tank removal, and more. more

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Demo Dogs LLC

5.0
(17) -
Mandeville, LA

Demo Dogs, LLC offers a wide range of demolition services to Mandeville, Louisiana. We offer house demolition, debris hauling, and a variety of landscaping and renovation services. more

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Over The Horizon, LLC

5.0
(1) -
Covington, LA
  • Commercial
  • Interior
  • Residential
  • Structural
  • Since 2007
  • Veteran owned
  • Customer oriented

Over the Horizon LLC is a veteran-owned company consisting of experienced machine operators able to handle demo & excavation projects, small and large. We are capable of excavating underground oil tanks or hauling away above ground storage tanks. Give us a... more

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How does oil tank removal work?

First, the tank and any connected piping must be emptied and carefully cleaned so there aren't any remaining oil and vapors. If there aren't any signs that the tank leaked, it is then considered closed and is ready to be removed.

Then, the tank can be removed. Once the tank is cleaned and closed, it can be disconnected, dug out from the earth in the case of underground tanks, lifted onto a trailer, and hauled away to be properly disposed of and reused/recycled if possible.

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