Waste oil removal?

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Ed White
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Waste oil removal?

Do we have anyone into waste heating oil removal in the club. Job is Derbyshire area, 3 big tanks. Oil removal followed by tank removal. Cheers, Ed

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Cheers Stu, someone you know?

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Sell it to one of your neighbour's who uses oil we did
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I did. A pal of mine was the FD at OSS who were sold (can't recall the name of the company now) and then later it was renamed as Slicker. We still use them for a parts washer and oil collections. Pretty hassle free.

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Thanks Stu. Regards, Ed

K7, its not that simple. BIG tanks, oil out first, then cut up the tanks and remove, and commercial, with all the H & S implications that come with that. 

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Ed, maybe speak to a metal recyclers. When you've had the majority of the oil sucked out they may be able to assist in removing them or put you in touch with someone who can cut them down and do it for you, being oil-contaminated I expect it will need to be classed as special waste but they should be able to deal with all that.

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Hi Stu, yes we are ok with that part. The tanks need emptying, purging and then they are given a certificate wihich shows them to be safe enough to remove, or in this case, probably cut up on site. cheers, Ed

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A colleague of mine suggests:​ Frogson's Waste Management, 20-25 Douglas Rd, Sheffield S3 9SA

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Thank you Dr

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Are these underground or above ground tanks?  Will make quite a difference to amount of decommissioning work required.  I've witness a coupled of tank pull at old petrol stations, and they are not a pretty sight!