Pumping out Underground Oil Tank

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snipped-for-privacy@mickymall.com wrote:

Depending on it's age there is probably a fair amount of sludge and rust in the bottom. It's added work for them to filter that and dispose of the oil. Would you buy old oil from some guys tank for your new burner? And a fly buy night Craig's list person will not totally pump it clean and leave you the crap in the bottom you still have to dispose of. You may even have state environmental fees to get the tank removed after you empty it.
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