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For Oil Tank Removal NJ we are one of Northern New Jersey’s largest oil tank removal resources. In addition to oil tank removal we are licensed with the NJ Department of Environmental Protection.
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Why Oil Tanks Leak and How to Deal With Them.
Like any other manufactured good, underground residential oil tanks have a limited shelf life. Regardless of how a tank is made and what materials are used, it is only a matter of time before it leaks. Even the strongest materials and best designs cannot overcome the test of time. It doesn’t take much – sometimes only a small patch of corrosion – before a tank can leak, but even the smallest of leaks can carry large environmental and economic consequences.
Why Oil Tanks Fail?
Most underground tanks today are made of steel. Many of these tanks are built to withstand tremendous force and extreme temperature. However even a strong steel construction is subject to corrosion. Many have estimated that underground oil tanks fail, on average, after 10-20 years in the ground. These failures are seldom caused by large events. While earthquakes (such as the one that hit the East Coast in 2011) and large storms (such as Superstorm Sandy) can shift foundations and cause leaks, the majority of leaks start at the molecular level. Years of corrosion take their toll on even the strongest of tanks. Even the tiniest hairline crack, over the course of its lifetime, will release contaminants into the soil or even the water supply. The ecological, environmental, and economic costs associated with even these small leaks can be staggering.
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