Construction

Underground Storage Tank (UST) Removal

USTs are removed according to the following:

  • Title 22 CCR 66261

  • Identification and Listing of Hazardous Waste,Title  22 CCR 66273

  • Standards for Universal Waste Management, 40 CFR 112

  • Oil Pollution Prevention, 49 CFR 172

Gas Station Demolition 

Gas station demolitions are performed according to the following:

  • Title 14 CCR 17387 Construction & Demolition Waste & Debris Disposal Regulatory Requirements

Clarifier & Underground Hoist Removal

Underground hydraulic hoists consist of a ram and hydraulic oil reservoir that of which can become potential environmental hazardous if oil is released into the subsurface. Hoist removal process is site specific, such as that listed below but not limited to:

  • Excavation of concrete, soil, and debris in the vicinity of the lift

  • Extraction of hydraulic oil from reservoir and ram

  • Backfilling and compaction of excavated area with proper material

  • Transportation of waste generated to certified facility

  • Closure report

Clarifiers are settling tanks built with mechanical means for continuous removal of solids being deposited by sedimentation. Removal of clarifiers are site specific, such as that listed below but not limited to:

  • Excavation of concrete, soil, and debris in the vicinity of the clarifier

  • Extraction of clarifier

  • Backfilling and compaction of excavated area with proper material

  • Transportation of waste generated to certified facility

  • Closure report

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