Oil Tank Removal in Cuttyhunk, MA

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Brava Demolition

Easton, MA

Brava Exteriors is a locally-owned company committed to delivering more value, beauty, and peace of mind to our customers. We specialize in comprehensive demolition services for both residential and commercial clients. more

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Allied Wrecking Boston

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Haverhill, MA

With over 20 years of experience in the demolition industry, Allied Wrecking has extensive experience in providing a range of quality services to our clients in the New England area, including oil tank removal. Our experience along with meeting and exceeding... more

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NCD Developers, Inc.

Bristol, RI

NCD Developers, Inc., established in 1986, is a full-service construction and excavation company that specializes in residential and commercial design, building, and remodeling. We offer a laundry list of services throughout all of Rhode Island and Massachusetts, including commercial and house... more

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Gary W Wing Co. Inc.

Pocasset, MA

Gary W Wing Co Inc is proud to serve the Cape Cod, Massachusetts area in a number of ways. Our dynamic team of experts can tackle oil tank removal, excavating, septic services, and more efficiently, safely, and for a fair... more

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Costello Dismantling Co

West Wareham, MA

Costello Dismantling Co offers the New Bedford, Massachusetts area a wide range of services to assist in a variety of projects. When you need dependable demolition services, look no further than Costello. We provide knowledge and... more

Tank Removal Tips for Cuttyhunk, MA

Tips for Removing Tanks

What is the oil tank removal process like?

  • The tank must be taken out of service and properly closed. This involves emptying the tank and pipes of any oil and cleaning it carefully in order to remove any residual oil and vapors. If there's not sign that the tank leaked, it's then considered closed and is ready for removal.
  • The tank is then removed. Above ground oil tanks can then be disconnected, put on a trailer, and hauled away to the proper disposal location. Underground oil tanks must be dug out of the ground using an excavator, lifted onto a trailer, then hauled away to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.