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Abandoned in Place Oil Tanks Causing NJ Home Buyers Expensive Problems in New Jersey ! !

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"Filled in Place" or "Abandoned in Place" heating oil tanks were supposed to be a cost effective alternative to removing a heating oil tank and discovering it has leaked. However, when the oil tank is removed a costly remediation is required.

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - July 11, 2018 - eTradeWire -- Filling you oil tank back in the 1990's seemed like good Idea.  The property owner did not have to remove the tank and just had to cut a opening in the tank clean it and fill it with sand. However in todays world, the savy home buyers attorney or insurance carrier is demanding that the tank be properly removed. The Municipalities or the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection never required soil samples to be obtained prior to filling with sand and these tanks were most likely leaking prior to being sand filled.  If a person purchases this property without a soil test or removing the tank he may be on the hook for a 30 K remediation clean-up.  Environmental Systems offers soil testing services that can identify if 'Abandoned in Place" heating oil tank is leaking. Sometimes in foreclosure situations the history of the property is cloudy and all the details are not disclosed. Environmental Systems provides oil tank sweeps to find a " Abandoned in Place " tank and then can complete soil borings to see if the tank is leaking. Property owners rely on Environmental Systems 20 years experience

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