Active Environmental Technologies, Inc. is a fully licensed and insured environmental services company. We specialize in residential oil tank removals in the state of New Jersey, and we are fully licensed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). We are a preferred contractor and consultant for major home insurance companies.
Founded in 1991, Active established itself as a leader in the residential oil tank removal business. We have a demonstrated ability to complete even the most difficult residential tank removal and cleanup projects in a timely, cost-effective manner. We have a documented level of successful case closures with NJDEP. It is these measures of success on which we have forged our reputation.
At Active, we understand your needs and concerns. Like you, we are home owners. We are fathers, husbands, sons and brothers. We are mothers, wives, daughters, and sisters. In other words, we are just like you. And it's that ability to put ourselves in your shoes that enables us to complete oil tank removals and associated cleanups with minimal interruption to your busy life. We treat your home as if it were our own.
Take some time to browse our web site and familiarize yourself with our services. Then when you're ready, contact us to find out how we can help you with your oil tank removal.
Soil & Groundwater Remediation
When the soil sample results indicate contaminant levels exceeding state-mandated standards, then soil remediation is necessary. Prior to any remediation project being started, it is necessary to perform soil delineation. The purpose of the delineation is to determine the approximate amount of soils that will need to be remediated. Once the delineation is completed, a remediation plan can be developed.
Oil Tank Removal & Closure
An underground storage tank (UST) system can be a liability for a number of reasons. The oil tank could become corroded and leak into the surrounding soils, leading to an expensive cleanup. The presence of a UST on a property, whether it is leaking or not, can stall or even kill, a potential real estate transaction. Being proactive and converting from a UST system to an aboveground storage tank (AST) heating system could save you thousands of ...