Oil Tank Removal in Pine Ridge, SC

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Seabrooke Demolition

1536 Pattersonmill Rd, Barnwell SC 29812

Seabrooke Demolition offers a wide range of demolition services, including manual deconstruction and mechanical equipment demolition. Our team can demolish a variety of structures and more, including oil tanks, foundations, and more.

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Wengerd Trucking & Excavating Co

2301 New Holland Rd, Wagener SC 29164

Wengerd Trucking & Excavating Co is an experienced and adaptable company offering a variety of excavating and demolition services, as well as trucking and hauling. We perform mobile home demolition, concrete removal, oil tank removal, and much more.

T&M Trucking and Land Services provides Lexington, Calhoun, Orangeburg, and Richland Counties of South Carolina with safe and efficient demolition services. For nearly 15 years, we have helped countless families and commercial clients achieve their property dreams by clearing away ...

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Cromers Trucking & Contracting LLC

4505 Faulkland Rd, Columbia SC 29210

Cromers Trucking & Contracting LLC specializes in demolition throughout Columbia, SC and the surrounding communities. We can take care of projects of all sizes, including oil tank removal. Speak with us today to learn more.

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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.