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  • MWRA Underground Storage Tank Removal

    The underground storage tank (UST) removal project that CommTank performed for the Massachusetts Water Resource Authority (MWRA) took place in June of 2011 at their Weston facility. The project included the dismantling of a gas dispenser and the demolition of a one foot thick concrete cement pad that covered the UST. The underground storage tank w....

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  • Modern Dispersions 2000-gallon UST Removal

    This project includes the emergency response to leaking supply lines, the testing of the pipes and surrounding soils, removal of the contaminated soil, installation of a temporary tank, removal of the existing underground tank, installation of a new above ground tank, and piping to the boiler. CommTank was asked to investigate a leaking pipe comin....

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  • Lakeside Office Park Underground Tank Removal

    Upon discovery of an oil tank leak at 595-599 North Avenue, CommTank was called to help assist in cleaning up. The crew was brought to the site on Lakeside Office Park’s property, though it was employees at the Verizon utility house next door who originally noticed evidence of the #2 fuel. CommTank’s Senior Project Manager, Yolanda Zava....

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  • Greater Marlboro Programs Underground Tank Closure in Place

    Greater Marlboro Programs, Inc. (GMPI) provides nurturing homes for adults with a primary diagnosis of mental retardation, allowing residents to develop skills for more independent living. CommTank was asked to remove an underground storage tank from one of the GMPI properties. After evaluating the structural risk to the property we proposed a "ta....

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  • Maclellan Concrete Underground Oil Tank Removal

    CommTank provided an underground oil tank removal service for Maclellan Concrete in Wakefield, Ma. The 5,000-gallon No. 2 oil storage tank no longer provided fuel for the heating system that kept the vehicle service garage warm so the owners decided it was time to remove it. The underground oil tank was located at Maclellan Concrete’s Wakefi....

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