Did you know that oil tanks 33 years or older are constructed of bare steel fabrication and therefore susceptible to corrosion? This corrosion can lead to a greater possibility for spills and leaks, causing soil, air and groundwater pollution. Whether you live in Fort Lee, Hackensack, Lodi or Lyndhurst your oil tank, be it above or below ground, could be making your home unsafe.
Bergen County oil tank removal and its consequent full clean-up (soil remediation) is a project that can only be handled by professionals. In the event that there is no access to your tank (due to landscape or structural impediments) tank abandonment (cutting, opening and cleaning the tank then filling it with inert materials) is also an option.
If you are looking to sell – or buy – a Bergen county home, tank removal and the safety of the surrounding soil will be a pressing issue as well.
Let Steve Rich Environmental take care of your Bergen county oil tank removal and soil clean-up.
With a decades-long record of removal and soil remediation of Bergen County oil tanks Steve Rich Environmental is the go-to company for seeing oil tank services completed safely in the shortest amount of time.
Steve Rich Environmental adheres to the strictest of environmental codes and regulations of towns and cities like Cliffside Park, Rutherford, Fairlawn and every other Bergen County municipality.
With a record second-to-none Steve Rich Environmental has closed-out thousands of spills and received No Further Action Letters (NFA), cultivating a high level of confidence with both the NJDEP (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection) and many insurance companies servicing Bergen County.
Steve Rich Environmental has never been denied grant approval and has seen its customers receive millions of dollars from grant funds due to this dedication and hard work.
Our services include:
- Locating and testing of underground Bergen County storage tanks (UST’s) and their systems
- Locating and testing of an above ground Bergen County tanks and systems
- Strategizing a plan of action to the homeowner’s budget and schedule for removal, remediation or abandonment
- Completing and submitting necessary permit applications to local agencies
- Excavation and removal of the UST or above ground take and its systems
- Installing tanks and systems
- Sampling soil and groundwater for contaminants
- Soil Remediation
- Providing detailed tank ‘closure’ documentation in keeping with NJDEP guidelines
- Helping Bergen County homeowners facilitate expert grants and loans by making sure applications and claims go through
- Aiding real estate brokers with expert assessments of oil tank issues between buyer and seller
Contact Steve Rich Environmental today to find out more about New Jersey oil tank removal and remediation for Paramus, Mahwah, Teaneck of any other Bergen County residence.