When a tank sweep is performed on a property for an underground oil tank, an exploratory dig may be required to investigate the area further.
When a tank sweep is performed on a property, field technicians are looking for several indications that an underground heating oil tank exists including:
- Scan of the 30′ perimeter around the home
- fuel lines
- vent pipes
- fill pipes
In cases where a metallic object is located underground which cannot be definitively determined to be an underground heating oil tank, ATS will recommend further investigation of this specific area on the property by performing an exploratory dig.
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Our Services Include:
- An ATS field technician uncovering a portion of the metal area to determine if the area of concern is an underground heating oil tank.
- A full report based on our findings as well as photographs of the uncovered area.
Areas covered by this service
- New Jersey (NJ)
- New York (NY)
- Pennsylvania (PA)
- Connecticut (CT)
Why Use ATS For This Service
Our field technicians have extensive training and field experience.
Certification and Licensing
ATS holds all required certifications and licensing.
Step by Step
Our staff will walk you through each step of the environmental testing process.
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