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Residential Heating Oil Tank Removals at Laurel Bay Military ...

Residential Heating Oil Tank Removals at Laurel Bay Military ...

Heating Oil Tank History ‣ 280 gallon heating oil tanks were installed when homes were built and can be located in the front or back of the home depending on the design. ‣ Tanks were installed with a concrete pad on top that can be as much as 12 inches thick. ‣ Tanks were last used in the early 1980s when heating for the homes was switched to natural gas. Heating for the homes have since been changed over to geothermal. ‣ After the switch to natural gas a project was completed in the mid-1980s that abandoned the tanks by pumping out the tanks and filling with sand.

Heating Oil Tank History (cont.) ‣ Over the years tanks were encountered during utility work. These tanks were typically removed and soil samples were collected. ‣ In the early 2000s a Public Private Venture (PPV) managing partner took over base housing and, as part of the contract, was responsible for removing tanks that interfered with housing demolition and renovation projects. ‣ PPV partner removed tanks from 6 houses and, because they approached the removal more like a construction project than an environmental project, a work plan was developed for tank removals by NAVFAC SE and MCAS Beaufort that was agreed to by State regulators and PPV Managing Partner.

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