Underground Storage Tank Services

Underground Storage Tank Services

Complete Underground Storage Tank Services

Over the past several years, OGI Environmental (OGI) personnel have completed hundreds of projects involving underground storage tanks (USTs). These projects range from routine tank closures and removals through remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater. OGI professionals have assessed facility compliance with regulations governing underground storage tank (UST) management and conducted full-scale investigations and feasibility studies at sites with leaking USTs throughout the United States. These services also have included analysis of remedial action alternatives, development of engineering designs for remediation systems; and developing plans for long-term site monitoring. In Nevada, OGI has extensive experience working with the Nevada Petroleum Fund and seeking reimbursement of cleanup costs for eligible sites. OGI has prepared numerous applications, Not-to-Exceed Proposals and claims for many of our clients.

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Our Underground Storage Tank Services

  • Compliance audits
  • Contaminant source detection
  • Geologic/hydrogeologic investigations
  • Drilling and sampling of soil
  • Monitoring well drilling and installation
  • Groundwater sampling
  • Soil vapor detection
  • Vadose zone monitoring
  • Computer modeling of contaminant plumes
  • Corrective action plans
  • Remedial investigation/feasibility studies
  • Risk assessments
  • Remedial design and operations
  • Closure plans
  • State reimbursement applications
  • Tank location identification
  • Tank removals

Underground Storage Tank Compliance Management

  • Tank removal or abandonment in place
  • RCRA tank and piping audits
  • Precision leak testing
  • Corrosion protection verification
  • Repair of defective tanks, lines or protective systems
  • Designs for 40 CFR 280 approved tanks, lines and protection systems
  • Construction observation for installation of new designs
  • Investigations of possible contamination of soils and groundwater
  • Health and Safety plan preparation and implementation
  • Emergency response for leaks, spill and other health and safety hazards

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