Lombardo Environmental

Lombardo Environmental In the first half of the last century, a man named Salvatore Lombardo had a vision of having his community green, uncontaminated, and environmentally sound.

In 1950, he made a bold decision to bring his vision into action. Being a man of high standards, he chose to dedicate his life to helping his community with their environmental needs and concerns. Sal Lombardo realized that the existing environmental companies were not efficient and affordable enough. He knew he could do it better, more efficient, and inexpensive for his community. The company was born

Operating as usual

03/14/2016

Why should I consider replacing my underground tank?
Like all equipment, tanks have a limited useful life and eventually have to be repaired or replaced. Moreover, many underground home heating oil tanks are like the 275 gallon bare steel tanks you have seen in basements or garages. These tanks were not designed to be buried and, if left in place, will eventually rust and leak. Even larger tanks that were specifically designed for underground use can leak if they are not protected from rusting.

If you notice an unexplainable increase in your home heating oil use, your tank may be leaking. But that information alone is not always an accurate indicator. In some cases, water may leak into the tank or the leak may occur only when the tank is full, thus hiding the problem from the homeowner.

Odds are an underground tank 10 or 15 years old is probably not leaking, but the likelihood of a leak increases as the tank gets older. Even small, slow leaks can pose a serious threat to your family, your neighbors and the environment if they go undiscovered for a long time. And, if your tank does leak, you may face a costly cleanup. Having an old tank replaced with a modern double-walled underground tank or basement tank can save you both money and anguish in the long run. Don't forget, piping should also be replaced when a new underground tank is installed. Contract with a reputable equipment dealer to be sure the tank is installed with overfill alarms, vents and other vital equipment items.

Photos from Lombardo Environmental's post
02/07/2016

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Oil Tank Removal
03/26/2012

Oil Tank Removal

Address

32 Bushes Ln
Elmwood Park, NJ
07407

General information

Lombardo Environmental is dedicated to providing New Jersey with unsurpassed service on your petroleum product containment and delivery systems. Whether your need is oil tank removal, installation or maintenance, we are committed to providing you with quality customer service while adhering to the highest environmentally safe standards. Underground oil tank removal Underground oil tank installation Aboveground oil tank removal Aboveground oil tank installation Oil tank abandonment Tank testing/searching Soil sampling and remediation

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(201) 796-3390

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