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Our 2024 Oil Tank Removal Q&A: 30 Answers To All Your UST Questions

Oil Tank Removal

Happy New Year to everyone who stumbles upon our blog page. We wanted to kick off this new year (2024 already?!) with some essential Q&As. This will make sure you’re prepared for a great year ahead.  If you are looking for more detailed information see some of our other blogs or as always please call […]

Do I Have A Buried Oil Tank? What Do I Do? [Answer These Questions!]

buried oil tank

Have a buried oil tank in Maryland? You’re not alone! Plenty of homeowners have had to deal with or are currently dealing with buried oil tanks.  Given how common this concern is, we at GreenTRAX, Inc. want to help you determine if you have a buried heating oil tank and your property and what to […]

Oil Tank Removal Services in Bethesda, MD At A Frank Lloyd Wright House 

Oil Tank Removal Services in Bethesda

It’s not every day you get to make history with when providing oil tank removal services in Bethesda. That’s exactly what happened for the GreenTRAX team the other week, though! We were honored to have the opportunity to do an oil tank removal at a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home. This isn’t just any old Frank […]

Underground Storage Tank Removal in Catonsville, MD

Underground Storage Tank Removal in Catonsville

Catonsville, Maryland is situated within Baltimore County, close to Anne Arundel County. It is located just west of Halethorpe, east of Ellicott City, north of Elkridge, and south of Woodlawn. Catonsville encompasses three zip codes: 21228, 21229, and 21250. Although Catonsville was officially named in the early 1800s, its history dates back to the late […]

The Maryland Department of the Environment is cancelling the reimbursement fund for homeowners with leaking heating oil tanks!

This cancellation takes effect June 30th, 2024. You need to have your buried oil tank removed NOW, so if the tank is leaking you can get reimbursed for remediation costs before the program goes away. Click here for more information on the reimbursement fund as it operates now.

We urge everyone to contact their representatives in Annapolis and the Governors office and tell them DO NOT cancel the homeowner reimbursement fund for leaking residential oil tanks! They can still renew this program before this year’s legislative session ends.

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