Oil Tank Removal in Branson, MO

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Johnston Construction & Excavating

Theodosia, MO

Serving Gainesville, Missouri and surrounding areas, Johnston Construction & Excavating is highly experienced in oil tank removal, excavating, and construction services. We are focused on our customers' needs and completing the job safely. more

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All Property Pro LLC

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Springfield, MO

All Property Pro LLC is a licensed and insured company offering professional, safe, and reliable oil tank removal services. We've been in the demolition field for several years, and we take pride in our work. Our team is highly skilled... more

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Clavin Excavating

Branson, MO

Specializing in all things site preparation, we’re here to assist you with your oil tank removal service. We approach every project with a high degree of professionalism while maintaining a down-to-earth and straightforward approach with our clients. more

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Pack-Haul

Springfield, MO

Are you in need of someone to get rid of a room in your home? Are you wanting to remove an old kitchen but don't have the time or manpower to do it? Being a hybrid demolition and junk removal... more

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Travis Miller Homes LLC

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Nixa, MO

Since our founding, Travis Miller Homes has been committed to providing customers with quality services that are long lasting and affordable. We specialize in building homes as well as taking them down. Demolition and construction are what we do best,... more

Tank Removal Tips for Branson, MO

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.

Learn more: Removing an Oil Tank? Start Here.