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November 22, 2009


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I recently had my oil tank removed. It had leaked. We do not qualify for the NJ grants. So far, this has cost us close to $23,000. That does not include replacing our driveway or any landscaping. It's all out of pocket. The Oil Tank company nickles and dimes the customer for everything, plus there was a lot of time wasted just waiting around for the dump truck to return, making it a 2 day job, instead of 1 day. Now, we're trying to get the groundwater test done...another $2,550! Ridiculous but once they have you, what can you do? They have to file the reports to the DEP so you have to pay.

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