Site preparation and demolition work can lead to the discovery of buried full tanks. The work requires a specialist and it;s best if the same crew managing demo can step in and properly handle tank removal.
KPH Environmental is now certified to self-perform any tank removal and or cleaning going forward, thanks to Craig Dekutowski who received his license from the Wisconsin Dept of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Craig serves as KPH’s designated supervisor in this area.
Fuel tank removal involves plans, permits, paperwork, and logistics of this specialized work. After fuel tanks are removed and emptied, KPH crews pressure wash the inside with wash water that is taken offsite by a vacuum truck. Old tank are then properly disposed of in a scrap metal facility.
Whether tank removal is planned or comes as a surprise, KPH is able to step in manage this highly regulated process.