Essex County NJ

Essex County NJ and Surrounding Areas We Provide Environmental Consulting, Oil Tank Removal and Site Audits Click here to go to Service Areas. Petroleum tanks located in 1980 or before in Essex County NJ including Nutley, Rutherford, Newark, Bloomfield or anywhere else in the surroundings areas are made of bare steel fabrication, a material which makes the tank Insulation tear and rust may result in spills and leaks that diffuse soil, air or groundwater. [countymap id = 1]

Essex County NJ

If your underground oil tank is not properly abandoned contact Environmental NJ Pros to avoid disruptions to your real estate sale. Environmental NJ Pros will find, test and remove an underground, or UST in Essex County as well as above ground; check and remediate (cleanup ) the soil at the location of the tank and surrounding area; should need be, commence abandonment of this tank (cuttingedge, cleaning and opening the tank then filling it with inert substances ). We serve everywhere in New Jersey, Essex County oil tank removal as well as Essex County soil remediation has to be completed in adherence with particular instructions. We handle all the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDP), municipal permits, and insurance companies in New Jersey. Environmental NJ Pros finishes, submits and supplies homeowners with essential permit applications to their specific County bureaus and Municipal and State permits. We can also help real estate agents in N.J. with homeowner Underground oil tank problems between buyer and sellers in the Essex County region. Contact Environmental NJ Pros today! To learn more regarding oil tank removal, brand new tank setup and soil remediation for your Essex County house.


Environmental Audit, Remediation and Oil Tank Removal

Environmental NJ Pros is an environmental consulting firm specializing in Phase I Environmental Audits consisting of Soil screening, Ground Water Testing, Vapor testing. Our latest environmental audit and environmental remediation technologies save you cash by precisely diagnostic remediation prices and increase no more action letters. We focus on aiding realty purchases close with minimal interruption. Count on … that’s what Environmental NJ Pros has actually gained in the process. We are not the most affordable but we will be your least costly choice – without the frustrations. Oil tank sweeps, will help you to make the best decision in your oil tank removal.

Why Choose Us?

Multiple Fleets

We have multiple crews operating for rapid response and backups.

Handle Any Environmental Issue

Our team is equipped and trained to test and remediate any environmental issue.

Real Estate Specialists

We understand the importance of getting your home ready for sale in NJ.

save Money!

We use the latest technology to precisely test and diagnose your issue and avoid making a mountain out of a mole hill.

Oil Tank Sweep

Properties with older homes have been known to have abandoned oil tanks which later.

Oil Tank Removal

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Frequently asked questions

A dripping underground oil tank can be a huge headache and expenditure. Even the majority of home owners insurance policies have clauses to avoid providing you with underground oil tank insurance. To prevent this it is best to have it eliminated and changed with an above ground tank. In some cases you could not even be aware of underground containers on older homes and this might warrant an underground oil tank sweep. Below are some guidelines concerning underground oil containers and tanks.

Oil tanks have a limited lifespan, normally not longer than 25 years. After that they have to be fixed or replaced. Due to the fact that numerous underground storage tanks are made from steel, they will rust and eventually rupture and leakage. Even those containers made for underground use will eventually start to leak.

The older your storage tank is, the more likely it will develop a leakage. Even pinhole leaks will posture a hazard to your household and the environment. Plus, cleansing the bordering area after a leak is extremely costly.

Yes you can test for leakages, however it could be just as cost effective to dig it up and replace it. Plus, no examination will let you understand what will accompany the tank in the future. Underground oil tank screening is most useful in checking for leaks, but these will be discovered anyhow if you just dig the tank up and have it removed.

Yes, this is called underground oil tank decommissioning and providing all state and local underground oil tank regulations are followed it can be an option to tank removal. The container will have to be emptied and fulled of an inert material, which can be expensive. In virtually every case it is better to simply get rid of the storage tank and dispose of it.

Our clients say

"The whole team there really went above and beyond to help us with an oil tank removal. Very responsive, professional, and did what they could to expedite the process and help us with a very tough problem."
Hilary L.
Home Owner
"The office staff and technicians who removed tank were extremely responsive. Furthermore, the technicians spent extra time surveying and scanning property due to buyers report of possible 2nd abandoned oil tank"
Val N.
"We are Realtors with a property where time was of the essence given that our clients were virtually homeless waiting to purchase this home. The work was done quickly the office was great to deal with and helped me get the NFA letter quicker than expected"
Quintin A.
Real Estate
"Great experience. Professional, on time and great job."
Jillie T.