Tank removal requires specialized skills and knowledge. SSG-BARCO is fully certified with the NJDEP for Tank Closure, all our operators are experienced in small and large tank removals and maintain their OSHA and DOT certifications. We work in tandem with many residential clients and consulting companies providing the expertise needed to safely and efficiently remove underground tanks. Since every client needs a different level of service, we have licensed individuals on staff to provide all professional services such as tank registration, permitting, sampling and closure reporting. Our standard procedures have been developed with the property owner in mind. We mobilize vacuum trucks to every tank pull for liquid containment and to avoid drumming up waste. We will check out the site prior to arrival and mobilize the right sized machine for the job. We discuss safety as it pertains to the specific job during the morning tool box safety meeting. When the job is complete the site will be backfilled to grade and compacted. We will provide you with all the required documentation. We will include scrap receipts, permits, certified clean fill documentation and waste manifests as needed. We maintain field notes and photo documentation on file. We also perform removal of any size above ground tanks.Tank Installation
We believe in environmental safety and recommend double wall ROTH® Safety Tanks as replacements for underground tanks. We routinely remove an underground tank and install a new aboveground tank all in one day, disposing of sludges and transferring the good oil to your new tank. Our installations are performed by a crew of courteous, well-trained, OSHA certified and ROTH certified technicians. Tank manufacturers offer many different tank sizes, coatings, and configurations. SSG-BARCO stocks tanks in a variety of sizes and configurations for fast reliable service.
All Above Ground Tanks are installed in accordance with local codes. New fill and vent pipes are installed from the tank to the exterior of the building. The tank will be equipped with a new oil level gauge, vent alarm and deaerator to prevent overfilling. A new oil line will be run overhead from the tank to the heater.