Oil Tank Removal in Pavilion, NY

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RGM Demo Plus

9 Hannah Grace Ln, Spencerport NY 14559

Serving Rochester, New York and surrounding areas, RGM Demo Plus works hard to meet the changing and growing needs of building contractors, offering comprehensive demolition services, including oil tank removal.

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Junk Escape & Demolition

877 George Urban Blvd, Cheektowaga NY 14225

At Junk Escape & Demolition, we will demolish anything needed inside or outside a residence, including oil tanks! We work with banks, realtors, contractors, and homeowners to meet all their interior and exterior demo needs. Need a quick estimate? Send us ...

Safely remove and dispose of your above-ground in underground storage tank utilizing the services of Rochester Environmental & Construction Group. We’re an experienced demo & excavating company locally owned and operated right here in Rochester. We can remove septic tanks, oil ...

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Piedmont Equipment Inc

695 Atlantic Ave, Rochester NY 14609

Piedmont Equipment Inc is a full-service heavy equipment contractor with more than 35 years of experience under our belt. We specialize in the safe, efficient removal of oil storage tanks. 

Envirosafe Inspections & Consulting is based in Honeoye, New York and serves Rochester and surrounding communities. We can remove oil tanks, inspect homes, remove mold, and so much more.

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Why should I remove my oil storage tank?

Both above ground and underground storage tanks have major environmental danger and health risks because of the high potential each poses for leaks. Oil spills from storage tank leaks are the single greatest threat to groundwater quality in the United States today. In the U.S. alone, more than 200,000 sites have been contaminated by underground storage tank petroleum leaks. These leaks may seem insignificant and small at the time, but they can pose a severe threat to the environment and the public health.