Serving New York & New Jersey Since 1981
or 1.877.733.7363 • Local Phone: 973.458.1188
222 Delawanna Avenue • Clifton, New Jersey 07014
Remember, our reliable staff is always available to answer any questions or address any grant, funding, insurance or NJDEP concern. Contact a sales representative to receive a free, no obligation quote.
There are several reasons why you would want to remove your underground storage tank:
Having your tank removed, inspected and the soil around it tested will eliminate any potential problems you would have encountered if your tank remained on your property. Removing your underground storage tank will satisfy the most stringent of home inspections or due diligence by future homebuyers.
It all begins with our free consultation.
If you choose to contract SREC to remove your tank, our helpful staff will acquire permits, obtain utility mark outs (a minimum 4-day period from the contract date is required before work can begin in order to properly obtain ‘utility mark-outs’) and make arrangements with municipal inspectors in order to prepare for your tank removal. Our experienced personnel will efficiently and properly complete your tank removal in four to five hours leaving you with peace of mind.
A sales representative will provide a completed tank certification booklet for you. It includes:
In recent years the NJDEP recommends, and most insurance companies require tank removal over tank abandonment. However, in the event that there is no access to your tank due to either landscape or structural impediments, tank abandonment may be necessary.
As we do in tank removal, SREC will again take all steps necessary to provide you with superior service and properly abandon your tank in just a few hours. Once your tank is cut open and cleaned, our highly trained personnel will core holes through the bottom of the tank and extract soil samples to confirm the integrity of the soil.
These samples will be sent to an NJDEP certified lab for analysis. The empty tank will be filled with inert material such as sand or concrete slurry. The 4 foot by 4 foot excavation will be filled to grade with certified clean fill.
Upon completion, a completed tank certification booklet will be provided. It includes: