Oil Tank Removal in Prescott, WI

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6989 55th St N, Saint Paul MN 55128

Midamerica Technical & Environmental Services is the go-to source for high-quality services in St. Paul, Minnesota and nearby communities. We can remove oil tanks safely and efficiently, working hard to meet your specific needs.

300 Hastings Ave, Saint Paul Park MN 55071

In St. Paul, Minnesota and nearby areas, T Mann Excavating Inc is the place residential and commercial customers turn to when they need interior demolition, mobile home demolition, excavating, oil tank removal, commercial demolition, and more.

Serving Prescott, WI

A Morrell Trucking Inc is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. They specialize in contract truck hauling, demolition work, excavation, and much more. They put their customers first, so you can rest assured that your project will be handled in a timely, professional, and friendly manner.

Serving Prescott, WI

We go above and beyond to meet our customers’ expectations for their oil tank removal project. Our crew is highly trained and competent in removing oil tanks safely and with a focus on leaving a pristine job site. 

W8028 570th Ave, Ellsworth WI 54011

Leonard's Excavating is located in Ellsworth, Wisconsin and serves nearby cities. We specialize in excavating and demolition services, including barn demolition, house demolition, oil tank removal, and more.

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Tips for Removing Tanks

Oil Tank Removal Process

  • 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.
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