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LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (LUST) REMOVAL & REMEDIATION:

The most common way that an underground storage tank (UST) can leak is that if the UST is made of steel which is likely to corrode when exposed to groundwater for a period of time.  Inadequate installation and faulty maintenance can also cause USTs to leak.  Leaking underground storage tanks (LUSTs) can present a hidden risk to properties given that the tanks are often buried and hard to access.  The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) meticulously monitors USTs die to the fact that LUSTs can introduce a contaminant into the groundwater supply that many people in the United States rely on for drinking water.

VET Environmental is dedicated in providing LUST removal services, and analytical testing to determine the extent of soil and groundwater contamination.  Our HAZWOPER certified team has the technical knowledge to perform comprehensive project management including the ability to categorize (RCRA) and properly dispose of residual wastes and contaminated media.   

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK (UST) REMOVAL:

Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) are utilized by a variety of business including gas stations, dry cleaners, service stations, commercial truck refueling facilities, and residential homes to store regulated chemical substances.

VET Environmental is dedicated in providing top of the line UST removal services, and analytical testing to determine the presence or absence of petroleum contamination.  Our HAZWOPER certified and experienced team has the technical knowledge and skill to perform comprehensive project management including the ability to categorize (RCRA) and properly dispose of residual waste materials if required.   

Contact us to discuss how our LUST/UST removal service is right for your business. 

 UST Removal Event in May 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana.

UST Removal Event in May 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana.

 UST Removal Event in September 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana.

UST Removal Event in September 2013 in Bloomington, Indiana.