Service Areas

District of West Vancouver

If you are selling or purchasing a home in West Vancouver, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

The District of West Vancouver requires a permit that costs $315. In addition, they also require that Oil Tank excavations be tested through an Environmental Consultant and full reporting be done.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786

District of North Vancouver:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in North Vancouver district, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank.

The District of North Vancouver does not require a permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks. However, a ‘Soil Removal Permit’ is required for the removal of more than 18 cubic yards of contaminated soil. Furthermore, the District of North Vancouver does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

City of North Vancouver:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in the City of North Vancouver, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank.

The City of North Vancouver requires a permit which costs $100. The City of North Vancouver Fire Dept. recommends soil testing be performed, either by the Oil Tank contractor or an Environmental Consultant. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

City of Vancouver:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Vancouver, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

The City of Vancouver requires a permit that costs $300. In addition, they also require that Oil Tank excavations be tested through an Environmental Consultant and full reporting be done with five soil samples.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

City of Burnaby:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in the City of Burnaby, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

The City of Burnaby requires a permit that costs $50. The City of Burnaby does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

City of New Westminster:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in New Westminster, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

The City of New Westminster requires a permit that costs $100. In addition, they also require that Oil Tank excavations be tested through an Environmental Consultant and full reporting be done.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

City of Coquitlam:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in the City of Coquitlam, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

The City of Coquitlam does not require any permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks and does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Port Moody:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Port Moody, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Port Moody does not require any permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks and does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Port Coquitlam:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Port Coquitlam, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Port Coquitlam requires a permit that costs $200. In addition, they also require that Oil Tank excavations be tested through an Environmental Consultant and full reporting be done.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Surrey:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Surrey, it is important to note that in the early 1960s homes were built with or began to convert to Natural Gas. If the home was built between 1910-1970, it is at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Surrey requires a permit that costs $165. In addition, they also require that Oil Tank excavations be tested through an Environmental Consultant and full reporting be done. Furthermore, the City of Surrey does require a damage deposit and an arborist report if trees are in the nearby issue before issuing a permit, and an inspection once the process is complete which will ensure the return of the damage deposit.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Maple Ridge:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Maple Ridge, homes built between 1910-1970 are at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Maple Ridge requires a permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks which costs $20 but does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Delta:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Delta, homes built between 1910-1970 are at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Delta requires a permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks which costs $200 but does not require any soil testing to be performed, unless it is suspected that soil contamination is present. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Richmond:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Richard, homes built between 1910-1970 are at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Richmond does not require a permit to remove heating Oil Tanks and does not require any soil testing to be performed. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

Langley:

If you are selling or purchasing a home in Langley, homes built between 1910-1970 are at risk of having a hidden underground Oil Tank. Oil Tanks have a service life of approximately 20 years.

Langley requires a permit to remove underground heating Oil Tanks which costs $250 but does not require any soil testing to be performed but encourages homeowners to follow proper soil testing protocols with an engineer. However, West Coast Tank Recovery always recommends that the homeowner retain a third party environmental consulting firm for soil testing and reporting, especially if you are considering selling your home in the near future.

When chosing an Oil Tank Removal company, the choices can seem limitless. West Coast Tank Recovery is fully licensed, insured and WorkSafe BC certified with an A+ BBB rating. Call us today at (604) 628-8786.

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