Soil and Groundwater Testing
Taking the necessary steps to test your soil surrounding oil tank systems is essential to the health of your family, neighbors, and the environment! Choose Clifton Oil Tank Removal Services for all of your soil and groundwater testing and rest assured that you receive the results you need in a reasonable timeline and with the most accurate tests available. Simply call our customer care team now to speak to a qualified individual and pick the testing package that fits your property’s needs, we are waiting by ready to help!
There are many reasons that you may choose to test your soil and groundwater, one of these reasons is to indicate soil contamination. Whether you are looking to sell your property, purchase a new property, or mitigate any environmental harm, testing will give you a clear look at what you are facing. Tanks that have been buried have the potential to crack, leak, and leave your soil and groundwater with overt amounts of contamination. Once you can indicate contamination, you can take the necessary steps to remediate the area and make your land safe for inhabitation.
Protect the Environment
Once you have removed your oil tank you must test your soil and groundwater for the presence of contamination. Once the tank is removed, our team takes the necessary steps to test the soil and groundwater to ensure that the soil does not have a higher part per million than the guidelines permit. If there are signs of contamination the soil will require removal and remediation by a qualified provider. Qualified testers ensure the validity of the soil and clear your residential or industrial property by delivering registered tests. Contact our team today for more information or to book your testing.
Following the removal of your industrial or residential oil tank, you will want to ensure that the soil underneath is professionally tested. Contaminated soil that is not properly remediated can leave your land barren and lead to potential health risks for residents. If you are looking to produce crops on land that was previously occupied by an oil tank, you must first conduct a soil and groundwater test. If contaminated the soil can lead to failed crops, and even cause harm to those who consume the crops that grow.
Selling Your Home
Once there has been an oil tank installed on a piece of industrial or residential land, it is essential to take the step to test the soil and groundwater. Without testing, your neighbors, family, and the environment can be negatively impacted by contamination. If you are looking to sell your property that has been home to an oil tank, take the necessary step to obtain an analysis of the soil and groundwater to ensure that you will have no hiccups in the transfer of land. When selling your property, it is always a good idea to take the necessary steps to follow specific government regulations and secure soil samples.