Oil Tank Removal & Replacement

At Puget Environmental, we are the trusted experts in safe and efficient heated oil tank removal services. With years of experience in the industry, our highly trained team is equipped to handle the most challenging tank removal projects with precision and care. We understand the importance of environmental responsibility, and our methods prioritize the proper disposal and recycling of materials to minimize any impact on the environment. Whether you need to decommission an old heating oil tank, upgrade to a more efficient system, or have any related service needs, count on Puget Environmental to deliver exceptional results, ensuring your property remains safe and compliant with all regulations. Your satisfaction and peace of mind are our top priorities.

Underground Storage Tank Cleanups
Heating Oil Tank Removal

With experience in over 300 PLIA heating oil tank projects throughout Western Washington, Puget Environmental has the experience needed to handle even the most challenging projects.


PLIA Cleanup Course of Action

  • Remove leaking tank
  • Collect initial soil and/or groundwater samples to open a claim with the agency
  • Conduct site characterization and develop Scope Of Work for cleanup
  • Excavate and remove contaminated soil
  • Conduct follow-up groundwater and/or vapor sampling as needed
  • Prepare closure reporting and coordinate with agency to obtain a No Further Action determination.
UST Removal

For tanks registered with PLIA, costs for Puget Environmental’s services are billed directly to the agency, typically at no cost to the homeowner.

Core Benefits of Obtaining an NFA

A No Further Action determination for a property provides the following potential benefits:

Protects property value, facilitates ease of sale by addressing lender pre-sale assessment concerns regarding potential contamination, reduces or eliminates liability for off-site contamination and provides assurance that the site conditions are consistent with accepted standards and do not present a risk to human health or the environment.

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