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Fuel Storage Tank Removal

Quick Environmental provides storage tank removal for:

  • Gas Station Owners
  • Commercial Property Owners
  • State and Federal Government Agencies

Our specialists have the experience, training and equipment to safely excavate, remove and dispose of all sizes of fuel storage tanks and oil storage tanks.

Each project is performed to meet all federal, state and local regulations as well as National Fire Protection Association and OSHA safety requirements. Closure documentation is provided when the job is complete.
Here is a sampling of the many completed projects:


  • McGuire Air Force Base – Removal of a 5,000 gallon underground storage tank of gasoline and removal of a 5,000 gallon underground storage tank of jet fuel including all dispensers and associated piping.
  • Philadelphia International Airport – Removal of two 5,000 gallon Glycol aboveground storage tanks used for the de-icing of planes.
  • Lower Bucks Hospital – Completed the removal and the relocation of a 20,000 gallon #6 heating oil aboveground storage tank including all piping and heating components.
  • Trenton Apartment Complex – Abandonment and soil testing of a 15,000 gal UST and a 20,000 gal UST containing #2 heating oil.

Gas station tank removal can be a complicated process because of the many environmental hazards. With increasing concern for the environment, the federal government has placed more regulations on fuel station owners, requiring them to remove and replace older fuel storage systems. In addition, most states now require the removal of any abandoned gas tanks located at a site.

While every project is different, here is a simple outline of the storage tank removal process:

  • A pump truck will pump out all contents of the old fuel storage tank
  • The contents will be transferred or disposed to meet all EPA regulations.
  • The fuel storage tank will be opened and cleaned on-site and the surrounding area will be inspected for contamination.
  • For older gas tanks that are more likely to have leaked, a thorough soil and groundwater sampling should be done before any underground tank removal.

We are happy to discuss your needs and explain the complete process as well as addressing any concerns you may have.