Union County Oil Tank Removal


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Oil tanks installed over three decades ago in Westfield, Union or Plainfield could very well be leaking right under your feet! These older Union County oil tanks are made of bare steel fabrication, a material that makes the tank welcome corrosion. Corrosion can lead to a good possibility for spills and leaks from that tank and your property seeing a whole host of problems in polluted soil, air or groundwater. A tank removal, remediation (clean-up) or even abandonment (unable to remove the tank it is rendered safe and filled) can take time and cost money.

Steve Rich Environmental Contractors — Union County’s most trusted oil tank removal experts.

If you’re facing any of these grave possibilities from your Union County oil tank, be it above or below ground, it might be time you called Steve Rich Environmental.

Keeping to the strict environmental codes and regulations of cities like Linden, Elizabeth and Cranford and everyplace else our good neighbors reside in Union County, Steve Rich Environmental gets in fast, assesses your tank situation and then completes the work as efficiently and safely as possible.

Enjoying the solid relationships we do with most insurance companies in New Jersey and having closed-out thousands of spills and received No Further Action Letter (NFA) from the NJEP (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection), Steve Rich Environmental has maintained a level of trust and respect from agencies and agents.

Our customers have received millions of dollars from grant funds due and in all our years in business we have never been denied grant approval. We can assist you in making sure that all applications and claims go through.

Our services include:

  • Locating and testing of a Union County UST and its system.
  • Locating and testing of an above ground Union County oil tank and its system.
  • 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 Union County agencies.
  • Excavation and removal of the tank and its systems.
  • Abandonment.
  • Installing tanks and systems.
  • Sampling soil and groundwater for contaminants.
  • Remediation.
  • Providing detailed tank ‘closure’ documentation in keeping with NJDEP guidelines.
  • Helping homeowners facilitate expert grants and loans.
  • 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 oil tank removal and remediation for your Union County home. Call today for a free on-site evaluation.