Does my Residential or Commercial property have a hidden buried Oil Tank (UST)?
If your Residential or Commercial property has a dwelling or a building built prior to 1970, there is a significant chance that an abandoned Oil Tank could exist on the property. Prior to the 1970s, many heating systems utilized furnace oil as a source of fuel prior to the installation of natural gas. Oil Tank Detection is the process of locating and identifying underground or above-ground storage tanks that contain oil or other hazardous materials. Oil tank detection is often done for a variety of reasons, including:
There are several methods that can be used for oil tank detection, including ground-penetrating radar (GPR), magnetic locating and metal detecion. The specific method used will depend on the property, as well as the specific goals of the detection effort. We will work with you to determine the best and easiest method to detect your oil tank.
At West Coast Tank Recovery, you can expect us to;
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Whether you are looking for an Oil Tank scan or an Oil Tank removed from your property, or a Soil Remediation proposal, we can help! We provide free, no obligation quotes for Oil Tank Detection, Oil Tank Removal or Contaminated Soil Remediation with no pushy sales tactics or pressure.