Oil Tank Removal in Kenneth, MN

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Triple D Contracting, Inc.

1478 Emmett Ave, Lawton IA 51030

At Triple D Contracting, Inc., we own excavators, side dumps, payloads, and skid steer loaders with the ability to tear out and haul away anything from oil tanks to multi-story buildings. Contact us today to get a free quote!

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V's Fresh Start Cleaning LLC

207 Kansas St, Wakonda SD 57073

V's Fresh Start Cleaning LLC is a locally-owned and operated business specializing in several key services for homeowners and businesses, including light demolition, junk removal, and commercial waste removal. Our light demo services include deck removal, fence removal, shed demolition, ...

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Bouma Excavating

4292 190th St, George IA 51237

Bouma Excavating is proud to provide the Rock Rapids, Iowa area with high-quality oil tank removal services that they can rely on. Customers turn to us when they need straightforward services that aren't overpriced.

Tank Removal Tips for Kenneth, MN

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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