Oil Tank Removal Experts Since 1992


Oil tanks have been used to heat homes in New Jersey since at least the 1940s.  Oil heat became popular (replacing coal heat) in the 1940s after World War II (WWII).   Oil was commonly stored in underground oil tanks, less common in Aboveground Storage Tanks (ASTs), and rarely was these oil tanks ever replaced.

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Curren is licensed in Delaware, New Jersey & Pennsylvania for tank removal.  We have been removing tanks for over 25 years, our experience and the sheer volume of projects dwarfs almost all competitors.  

We take the time to discuss the positives and negatives of your tank project.  We would rather manage your expectations regarding the different what-if scenarios BEFORE tank removal than tell you we can address it when it comes up.

To be fair this web page is one of our smallest, with the least amount of words.  There are links at the bottom of the page that link you to an enormous amount of information regarding tank removal.  But hey if you are reading this between 8 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday EST, call us, happy to discuss your project  888-301-1050

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Why is Curren an Oil Tank Removal Expert in New Jersey?

  • Over 25 years of experience in Oil Tank Removal in New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Delaware.

  • Oil Tank Removal projects completed by company personnel & equipment.

  • NJDEP UHOT Certified for Oil Tank Removal.

  • Tank Locating Services - Tank Sweeps - Tank Locating with GPR

  • Tank Testing Services - For Real Estate Transactions

  • Thousands of Successful Tank Removals Completed

  • Oil Tank Remediation for Leaking Tanks

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Oil Tank FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions About Oil Tanks)




  • NJ Oil Tank Removal
    Oil Tank Removal Process:  View of tank location before excavation.
  • View of tank location before excavation. Tank runs adjacent to chain link fence.
  • Excavation of tank.  Most tanks are buried 2' to 3' deep (to top of tank).
  • Excavation to uncover tank.
  • Excavation of heating oil tank.
  • Access hole cut into tank to allow the tank to be entered and cleaned.
  • View of oil in tank before cleaning.
  • View of 1000 gallon removed oil tank.
  • Former tank location backfilled.  Area is ready for grass seed.
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Curren Environmental, Inc. (Curren) is your local NJ Oil Tank Removal, Tank Testing, and Tank Installation company.  Services  Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and Warren Counties.