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Tank Removal in New Jersey with Tiger Loop Installaton

Below is step by step tank removal and aboveground tank installation project. The project includes New Roth tank installations, new doulble wall copper piping and Ultra-Filter tiger loop installation to the burner.

The project begins with the installation of the new aboveground Roth oil tank and double wall copper supply feed and return lines to burner, with an Ultra-Filter Tiger loop oil delivery system mounted on the wall.

Tank Removal

Oil Piping Connected to Oil Burner

Tank Removal

Tiger Loop Installation Mounted on Wall

FABCO installs all new doublewall Copper piping from the new tank to the oil burner. The Roth -tank placement on the property must be pre-approved to a suitable location complying with zoning codes of the local township. Below is typical installation

Tank Removal

275 gallon Roth -Tank Outside Installation

Tank Removal

275 Galon Roth-Tank Inside Installation

Tank Removal
Tank Removal
Tank Removal

Above is typical NJDEP non-regulated oil tank closure. The Tank is accesses and opened with non-sparking air operated ripper chisel. The Tank is vacuumed cleaned, the tank bottoms sludges are transported to an approved NJDEP facility for recycling.

Tank Removal

All Used Heating Oil and tank bottoms stills are manifested offsite and transported by FABCOR INC., (FABCO-Recovery) An A-901 NJDEP Transporter to an approved NJDEP recycling Facility in Elizabeth, NJ

Tank Removal
Tank Removal
Tank Removal

The cleaned tank removed from the excavation, the local inspector checks for corrosion holes, the sidewalls of the excavation are field screened with a field meter. Once the Local Inspector performs the demolition inspection, the excavation is then backfilled with clean virgin certified fill materials.

Tank Removal
Tank Removal
Tank Removal
Tank Removal

275 gallon Roth -Tank Outside Installation

Tank Removal

275 Galon Roth-Tank Inside Installation

Installation of topsoil and seed to fill in a planting area or lawn depressions is always complementary and standard policy with a FABCO Tank Closure. We do every project as if it was our own house, and we take pride in our work. If the tank excavation ever needs topsoil due to possible settling FABCO will provide the installation of topsoil free of charge.

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Project Completed

Once the excavation is back filled, caked soil is removed between the grass with less damage then hand raking it out with leaf blowers. The lawn area is then seeded where needed to relive and stressful area, and the street is cleaned off.

FABCO will then prepare and issue the Homeowner, the Tank installation certificate and NJDEP closure certificate for grant rebate. FABCO will provide a folder with hard copies of all local permits and permit inspection approval stickers from each inspector. This information is also scanned and e-mailed to you for your computer records upon your request.