The state of New Jersey is known for its many factories, industrial properties, and commercial businesses with massive shipping and receiving capabilities. Many of these businesses work around the clock and have hundreds of employees. With that hundreds of problems (many that go unnoticed by upper management) will come by rule of thumb.
There are many ways factory management can make improvements. From creating relaxing employee break rooms to installing top-grade firewalls, the list goes on. Yet one of the most overlooked tasks that offers multiple benefits gets overlooked all too often. When factory managers call a local NJ oil tank removal company for commercial properties, you can boost employee morale, protect your property’s value, and help protect Mother Nature.
Help Employees Feel Safe and Cared For
Factory environments offer harsh working conditions. If people aren’t lifting heavy loads all day long, they are likely standing on their feet working on a line or they must stay focused while operating heavy machinery. Multiple studies show that factory workers suffer from depression. There is also very little communication between workers and upper management. When factory directors call for oil tank inspection and removal services they have the opportunity to notify employees that these services will be performed to help ensure safe, healthy working conditions for a team that is highly valued. Not only will workers have the peace of mind knowing they work in a factory safe from leaking oil tanks, they will feel appreciated.
Protect Your Commercial Property’s Resale Value
Most buyers in the market for commercial property (especially industrial properties) know there is a high probability that buried oil tanks are on the property, especially if it was built around the turn of the century. By having oil tank inspection services carried out complete with a certificate, you will make your property more appealing than competitor listings and have a better chance of getting full asking price or higher. If an oil tank is discovered, have it removed. You are liable for any oil tank and having it removed will let buyers know you are a responsible seller while stating the obvious that the land is free from a potential oil tank leak.
Protect Mother Nature with Oil Tank Removal Services
Oil tanks were used at the turn of the century to provide heat to factories across the state of New Jersey. More than 100 years later these tanks leak toxins and old petroleum into the soil contaminating the ground and the water beneath it. Soil remediation services are common when oil tanks leak. Without soil remediation the ground can become barren. Contaminated soil can also cause little animals like squirrels, chipmunks and even larger animals like deer to suffer, as well as the flora and fauna in the area. Not only will oil tank removal services protect your employees and property’s value, but it will also help reduce your carbon footprint and send some love back into the universe!