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UST/AST Services

  AES of Greenville LLC offers UST/AST Services including Soil Excavation and Disposal, Site Restoration, Tank, Line and Leak Detector Testing and Tank Gauging System Installation and Testing - as well as Real Estate Environmental Site Assessments
  • Home Heating Oil UST/AST Closure
  • Commercial UST/AST Closure
  • Soil Excavation and Disposal
  • Site Restoration
  • Tank, Line and Leak Detector Testing
  • Cathodic Protection Installation & Testing/Re-Certification
  • Tank Gauging System Installation and Testing
  • UST/AST Management
  • Statistical Inventory Reconciliation (SIR)
What kinds of regulations apply to my home heating oil tank?
Home heating oil tanks are non-regulated, non-commercial underground storage tanks *USTs) that are exempt from the "technical regulations" (e.g., leak detection monitoring, corrosion protection, spill and overfill control) that apply to regulated USTs.  Even though home heating oil tanks are exempt from those technical regulations, sampling and cleanup regulations may apply if there is a leak or spill from your tank.

What do I do with a home heating oil tank that is no longer being used?
Home heating oil tanks are exempt from the "closure" requirements.  "Closure" of USTs means removing the tank from the ground or filling the empty tanks with a solid, inert material such as sand.  Even though these closure requirements do not apply to home heating oil tanks, a tank owner is advised to empty a tank once it is no longer being in order to limit the chances of a release.  Tanks should not be filled with water.  Although it is not a requirement to remove old heating oil tanks, potential buyers are sometimes reluctant to purchase property with USTs; so removal may be a good idea in the interests of resale.

If I choose to remove my home heating oil tank, what are the requirements?
Some local fire inspectors' office regulates USTs, so you should contact your local office prior to removeal.  You do not need to contact a North Carolina Division of Waste Management (DWM) UST Section office unless you discover signs of a leak, spill, or contamination.  Contact AES if you have any questions!

Real Estate Environmental Site Assessments
  • Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments (ASTM E-1527)
  • Mold Investigation / Remediation
  • Asbestos Inspection / Asbestos Abatement
Subsurface Investigations and Remediation
AES of Greenville LLC offers Aquifer Testing, Free Product Recovery and Trust Fund Services
  • Free Product Recovery
  • Trust Fund Services:  Eligibility Establishment, Applications, Reimbursement Processing & Tracking
  • AES will strive to assist our clients by assembling them with expertise, technology and services that they need. AES works with professionals to provide these services to our clients.
Mold Investigation; Testing & Sampling - Remediation

AES of Greenville LLC offers Mold Investigation, Mold Inspector GOT MOLD?  CONTACT AES TODAY!
  • Certified Mold Remediator
  • Certified Indoor Environmentalist
  • Mold Inspector
  • Mold Investigation & Remediation
  • Indoor Air Quality Investigations
  • Over 65 Years Combined Experience
  • IAQA certified
  • Certified Mold Professional
  • Certified Mold Technician
We perform detailed mold inspections of homes and buildings, both occupied and unoccupied, and HVAC systems. We search for evidence of mold or bacteria that may adversely affect occupants, including home office and industrial workers. We conduct air quality testing/sampling and air sampling/testing for mold and bacteria. Our mold inspections are thorough and include the building’s air handlers, air intakes, exhausts, filters, ductwork, building drainage, sump systems, window wells, wall interiors, false floors, crawl spaces, attics and rooftops. We can identify the quantities and types of mold and bacteria.

Our objective is to identify the problem and determine the most economical, efficient and effective actions needed to correct the situation.

Useful information regarding mold and health issues:

EPA - "A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture and Your Home".
CDC - Basic Facts about Mold
Asbestos Inspections/Asbestos Abatement
Asbestos is a hazardous air pollutant, a known carcinogen and there is no known safe level of exposure. DEQ regulates the abatement and disposal of asbestos containing materials from any public or private building involving demolition, renovation, repair, construction and maintenance activities.

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