Oil Tank Removal in Milwaukee, WI

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P's Property Preservation

Milwaukee, WI
  • Commercial
  • Pools
  • Residential
  • Woman owned business
  • Eco-friendly

Are you in need of an oil tank removal expert who can get the job done quickly and efficiently? Look no further than our woman-owned company! Our team of skilled professionals doesn't mind getting our hands dirty. Contact us today... more

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Johnson Demolition & Concrete Services

Milwaukee, WI

Johnson Demolition & Concrete Services is your locally respected demolition and concrete specialist. They specialize in interior demolition services but also offer full residential capabilities all the way up to structural demolition. more

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Bill's Earth Service

Milwaukee, WI

Bill's Earth Services is committed to delivering quality work promptly. Our team of specialists is highly trained to perform the work we provide and we look forward to assisting you with your next project. Contact us today to find out... more

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ADS Disposal Services

Milwaukee, WI

ADS Disposal Services is your source for residential and commercial demolition in Milwaukee. Our wide range of services are perfect for projects of all sizes, including oil tank removal, interior demolition, structural demolition, pool removal, concrete removal, deck removal, and... more

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White Glove Inc

Milwaukee, WI

White Glove Group Demolition offers exceptional services, from oil tank removal to asbestos and lead abatement, to waste removal, recycling, and more. We are equipped to provide all types of services efficiently, safely, and for a fair price. more

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Jw Erickson Company Inc

Union Grove, WI

JW Erickson Company, Inc. has a fantastic, highly trained, and motivated staff ready and willing to complete a number of projects. They specialize in demolition, excavating, mulch, decorative stone, common sand and gravel, equipment rental, and more. more

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Jentges Excavating & Pumps Inc

Belgium, WI

Established in 1956, Jentges Excavating & Pumps Inc. is located in Belgium, Wisconsin and serves Ozaukee, Sheboygan, and Eastern Washington counties. Family owned and operated, we are a leader in the Wisconsin industry. We specialize in septic system and water well... more

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Speedymen

Brookfield, WI

SpeedyMen Moving Services was founded five years ago with the goal of providing customers with exceptional moving services at a fair price. We treat every job exactly the same, and our crew always approaches a job with a friendly attitude... more

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Shoreline Contracting Services, Inc.

Milwaukee, WI

Shoreline Contracting Services, Inc. believes quality shouldn’t have to be sacrificed to make a demolition or excavation project fit your budget. That’s why, with over 60 years of experience in the industry, we’re able to utilize the most... more

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Straightline Grading and Excavating

Caledonia, WI

Throughout the Racine, Wiscinsin area, Straightline Grading and Excavating is known for providing reliable and fairly priced services. Our team of specialists is highly trained to perform the work we provide, and we work tirelessly to ensure our... more

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Gerovac Services

Hales Corners, WI

Gerovac Wrecking LLC has been serving Southeast Wisconsin for over 50 years. We are family owned and offer complete demolition packages ranging from interior to structural demolition. Whether your needs are residential or commercial, we have the experience and heavy equipment... more

Tank Removal Tips for Milwaukee, WI

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.