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Removal of an oil heating tank at a domestic property in Wolverhampton

Project Details

If you visit our website and portfolio regularly, you'll notice how many tank removal jobs we have received over the last year. Today our portfolio details how we helped a domestic home owner in Wolverhampton.

The client contacted us via our website (you can too - simply fill in the form at the bottom of this page or call us on: 0121 493 2332) and wanted to get a quote for the decommission of their heating tank.

What we did

  1. The first step was to extract all the oil that resided in the tank. You cannot decommission or remove a tank whilst oil or another chemical is still present. We extract oil and chemicals using our specialist fuel extraction technology.
  2. Once the tank was empty and free of any chemicals, we thoroughly clean it.
  3. After the empty oil tank had been cleaned, we began to cut it into sections for easy removal.
  4. BCJ then removed all remnants of the tank from the property including all left over pipework, leaving the area free for the client to do as they wish.
  5. We then ensured the safe and legal disposal of both the tank and the remaining oil.

Bio Clean Jetting abide by all laws and legislation regarding the environment. We are also ISO 14001 registered (read more here). Please ensure that any company you employ to either clean or remove tanks have the same policies and accreditation's to avoid any legal ramifications.

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