Did you know that some underground tanks are subject to the issuance of a licence from the Régie du bâtiment du Québec?
Did you know that the presence of a petroleum contractor licensed by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ) and a certified auditor is necessary during the removal of buried tanks that are recorded with the RBQ?
Did you know that the law requires a sampling of soils to look for signs of contamination during the dismantling of any underground tank?
Did you know that a buried tank that leaked near a building poses a significant risk of hydrocarbons seeping into the building’s foundation drains and even under the building? In such cases, petroleum hydrocarbons may have contaminated a surprisingly large area, which may result in significant soil decontamination costs.