Filling of underground oil tank

projects require careful planning, specialized tools, and a thorough understanding of safety protocols. At our company, we take these requirements very seriously, and we were more than happy to take on the task of removing an underground oil tank that had been out of use for over 30 years.

Before we started the project, we conducted a detailed risk assessment to identify potential hazards and develop a plan for mitigating them. We also discussed the project with the client to ensure that we had a clear understanding of their needs and expectations.

The first step in the project was to remove any oil or sludge that remained in the tank. To do this, we used pumps and vacuums that were specifically designed for this purpose. Our team of trained professionals worked carefully and efficiently to remove all traces of oil and sludge, ensuring that the tank was completely empty before we moved on to the next phase of the project.

Once the tank was emptied, we proceeded to decommission it. This involved making sure that all of the connections and valves were properly sealed and that no fuel could escape from the tank. We then filled the tank with a special inert material to prevent any future leaks or contamination.

The final step in the project was to fill the tank with concrete. This was done using specialized tools and techniques to ensure that the concrete was evenly distributed and that there were no air pockets or weak spots in the tank. We made sure that the tank was completely filled to the top and that the concrete was allowed to cure properly before we deemed the project complete.

Throughout the project, we maintained a strong focus on safety and quality. We took great care to ensure that all of our equipment and tools were properly maintained and calibrated, and that our team followed all relevant safety protocols and guidelines. We also made sure to communicate regularly with the client to keep them informed about the progress of the project and to address any concerns they might have had.

In the end, we were able to complete the project safely, efficiently, and to the client’s satisfaction. We took great pride in our work and were pleased to know that we had helped to protect the environment and the community by removing an old and potentially hazardous underground oil tank.

         

When the job is finished we make sure that we leave the site clean and tidy and we provide each customer with the right certificates.