Petroleum Storage Tank Services

CRG Texas is your trusted partner for all your Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) needs. As a licensed Registered Corrective Action Specialist (RCAS) recognized by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), we are committed to delivering high-quality and successful projects. Our comprehensive range of services covers both Aboveground Storage Tanks (AST) and Underground Storage Tanks (UST) as well as Leaking Petroleum Storage Tanks (LPST) compliance, installations, upgrades, and tank removal from service.

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Petroleum Storage Tank Compliance and Assistance Programs

At CRG Texas, we offer a comprehensive suite of compliance and assistance programs to keep your petroleum storage tanks in regulatory compliance and your operations running smoothly.

Our services include:

Equipment Compliance Inspections, Audits, and Recordkeeping Reviews

Class A and Class B Operator Training

Overfill, Overspill, Release Detection, and Construction Inspection

Release Determination and Corrective Action

Regulatory Agency Case Closure

UST Removals

UST Installations

Permitting and Registration

In-place Closure



Ghost Tank Removal

Unearth the Past, Secure the Future

Discovering a "Ghost Tank" during construction work or site inspections can be a haunting experience. These hidden relics of the past are often uncovered during roadway and underground utilities construction. CRG Texas employs advanced techniques such as magnetometer and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) surveys to locate suspected ghost tanks. Our services include physical locates, safe removal, precise sampling and laboratory analysis, and diligent agency reporting. Don't let ghost tanks haunt your projects – let CRG Texas lay them to rest.

Petroleum Storage Tank Tips

Prevention is Key: Protecting Your Investment

Petroleum Storage Tank releases often remain unnoticed until it's too late for prevention and detection tools to assist. Protect your investment with these essential tips:

1. Monthly Equipment Check

  • Regularly inspect overfill, overspill, and release detection equipment.

2. Spill Bucket Maintenance

  • Instead of every two months, check spill buckets and containment sumps monthly.
  • Examine for fractures, holes, or loose connections.

3. Observation Wells

  • Inspect tank hold observation wells every six months for product presence.

4. Leak Detection

  • Ensure your release detection equipment passes leak checks monthly.

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