UST Management and Removal In Valparaiso, Indiana
Underground Storage Tank (UST) and Above Ground Storage Tank (AST) removal and management services are offered by Aegis Environmental, a seasoned provider. For more than 20 years, we have offered storage tank services to our clients, allowing us to visit almost every type of facility, from current construction sites to gas station decommissioning. This experience equips us with the skills necessary to evaluate each type of project, comprehend the subtleties involved, and carry out procedures that are advantageous to the client while adhering to all relevant federal, state, and local regulations.
There are tight guidelines for managing storage tanks because they are considered to be potential sources of contamination. The first and most effective strategy to speed up the removal procedure is to work with a reliable environmental consultant. As a result, the project will be more effective and all environmental standards will be met, avoiding costly errors and potential regulatory action.
UST Underground Storage Tank Management
We offer a comprehensive array of UST and AST management services in Valparaiso, Indiana. This ranges from the preliminary evaluation to permitting, removal, and reporting.
- Preliminary investigation and planning for remediation
- Notification of local, state, and federal regulatory agencies
- UST/AST removal, decommissioning, and cleanup
- Evaluation of the ground, soil vapor, and groundwater
- Demolition services
- Submission of UST reimbursement funds
Call Aegis Environmental Inc for all of your UST management needs!
UST Removal Process
Understanding the proper management procedure is crucial whether you discover an unexpected UST on your property or have a recognized UST already there.
Finding the UST’s location and gathering all necessary tank records are the first steps. We will then inform the responsible oversight organization. The UST will then be taken out, cleaned, and taken offsite for disposal. Following removal, soil samples for verification will be taken from below the UST removal region and piping/dispensers (if they were present). Additional analysis and possibly remediation may be necessary if soil tests reveal contamination affects that are above regulatory standards. Typically, soil removal is used as part of soil impact remediation.
Additional communication with the relevant government oversight agencies is necessary for the final phases. The preliminary investigation, removal, sampling, and remediation actions will all be compiled in a UST removal report that will be delivered.