Oil Tank Removal in El Paso, TX

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For over a year, we have been El Paso's trusted source for professional, efficient demolition and removal of residential and commercial properties. Our experienced team has the expertise to safely handle demolition projects large and small throughout El Paso County. ...


DM Demolition, Inc

6460 Mohair Dr, El Paso TX 79934

DM Demolition, Inc offers a wide range of demolition services, from complete demolitions to partial demolition. No job is too big or small! We provide all necessary equipment and planning to get the job done right. Contact us today to ...


RM Demolition

14064 Rainbow Point Dr, El Paso TX 79938

RM Demolition has proudly served El Paso’s residential and commercial communities for over 30 years. As a family-owned and operated business, RM Demolition has grown thanks to the tremendous referrals within our community. Get in touch with us today for ...


Border Demolition & Environmental Inc.

1004 Diesel Drive suite a, El Paso TX 79907

Border Demolition & Environmental Inc. provides quality, cost effective, and efficient turnkey demolition, environmental remediation, and construction services specific to our client’s needs with safety as our main priority. Reach out to us today to learn more or to get ...

Tank Removal Tips for El Paso, TX

Tips for Oil Tank Removal Projects

How does oil tank removal work?

First, the tank and any connected piping must be emptied and carefully cleaned so there aren't any remaining oil and vapors. If there aren't any signs that the tank leaked, it is then considered closed and is ready to be removed.

Then, the tank can be removed. Once the tank is cleaned and closed, it can be disconnected, dug out from the earth in the case of underground tanks, lifted onto a trailer, and hauled away to be properly disposed of and reused/recycled if possible.

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