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UST Assessment & Removal

Non-complaint, poorly managed and aging storage tanks have an increased probability of leaking causing significant environmental and cost liabilities to your Property. If you have underground storage tanks (USTs) or aboveground storage tanks (AST’s) that meet any of these criteria, then prompt removal of the tankage is recommended. All USTs and AST’s must be removed, replaced and upgraded in compliance with federal and provincial standards and regulations. All storage tank decommissioning programs in Alberta are completed in accordance with Section 4.3.16 and of the Alberta Fire Code and guidance provided by the Petroleum Tank Management Association of Alberta (PTMAA).

Envirotech has significant experience conducting UST and AST removals, assessments and remediation on commercial and industrial sites in Canada. Our services typically include all of the following components:

  • Removal Notification to Local Fire Department
  • Subcontracting Tank Removal with Certified Tank Removers
  • Tank Decommissioning in Compliance with Fire Code and PTMAA (Alberta)
  • Soil (and Groundwater) Sampling Program
  • PTMAA Reporting (Closure or Upgrade)
  • Environmental Release Reporting
  • UST / AST Removal Report

Should soil or groundwater contamination be encountered during a tank removal, the local fire authority and Alberta Environment and Parks (AEP) are required to be notified in accordance with Article of the Alberta Fire Code and Section 110 of the Alberta Environmental Protection & Enhancement Act, respectively.

An AEP Record of Site Condition report form and submission is also required for all storage tank removals in Alberta. The public record submission is disclosed in accordance with Section 35 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, Disclosure of Information Regulation, and Ministerial Order 23/2004.

Do you have a requirement for a tank removal on your Property? Please feel free to Contact our Assessment Remediation Division for more information or a quote.

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Suite 12-B, 1235 - 64 Avenue SE       
Calgary, Alberta                                 
Canada T2H 2J7
Phone:  403.225.8755
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