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"When I bought the house, they gave me this statement saying the tank had been decommissioned. Now that I'm trying to sell the house, I find that's not" true. The statement said there was no evidence of diesel in the tank, when in fact, the recent inspection stated that there was oil in the bottom, mixed with soil and the tank had not been decommissioned. Had I gotten the truth from , I might not be facing the problems I'm encountering now. I assumed, because of their "statement" that the tank was decommissioned, that the present day soil samples would be better. Because there WAS oil in the tank the recent tests are the same as the ones done 3 years ago. I can't very well go back to the seller and try to recoup my losses when it was who was responsible for reporting that the tank was decommission and there was no oil in the bottom. I do not trust this company and I don't think others should either.


"Company came out to take soil samples on the date and time promised. It was analyzed and they gave me a price for decommissioning with a caveat that it may be $300" more if certain conditions were found. They must have found the conditions because they charged the $300 extra. Their decommissioning process impacted the surrounding lawn in a very negligible manner. I was under the gun to get the job done and they met my schedule.

-Dan B.

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The bill I received included two overhead charges which were not part of the estimate, which was given to me as a straight hourly rate. I wrote a note about this on the bill, but paid the bill in full. A few weeks later, the estimator called and said that I was right, he didn't mention the overhead charges and made up the difference with a Visa gift card.

Everyone involved demonstrated the highest standards of professionalism. The company head was constantly apprised the of situation and helped coordinate the effort. Despite the fact that the situation was a bad one, the company performed wonderfully, taking care in all phases of the work.

I hardly know where to start. On a Friday, our basement had water in it. Plumber recommended Advance Recovery. At that time, we had no idea what we'd be getting into or what we would need. Woops. came out Fri. afternoon, brought in a pump to remove water from basement, set up enormous fans to dry it out. Made the mistake ...More of saying, during an early conversation, that HE would handle everything, even with our insurance company, and WE would write him a good reference. Woops. Sat. am we were bagging up ruined stuff for disposal; water came pouring in from window wells. I unplugged the big fans ? sitting in water by then - and dragged them to higher ground, plugged in the pump again. Phone calls to Advance Recovery were unanswered. No big thing except he had explicitly told us he was available all the time. Plumber arrived just then, opened up the sewer cleanout valve, got nailed with a spray of sewage. (Isn't there another way to see if the pipe is clogged?) Advance Recovery finally called back, came back and pumped the stuff out. Sealed the basement off from the upstairs to protect us from contamination. Very officious about how we must NOT go down to the basement (where we have a freezer, an office and laundry). Next day he goes up and down the stairs (carpeted) tracking wet "stuff" out the back door, where everybody walks. Walked into our kitchen without removing his shoes. Gave me a phone number to call to rent a pod for our stuff while they clean the basement, then clean and disinfect every piece and return it to its place. (Wow, I thought.) I called the pod people, not open (Sunday). (He didn't know this?) Monday am I called the city of Portland to ask about codes, etc. Was told driveway is too narrow for the pod, had to go in the street, we needed a permit. did not know any of this. Permits take time to obtain. Meanwhile, we can feel the dampness upstairs, and the smell, too. had said the job had to be done FAST to prevent mold spores and all that. - ! Two days have passed. I called and had a forceful conversation during which I told him what was not going right for us, including his walking in sewage up and down our stairs, ignorance about pods and codes and the job stalled for no apparent reason and his general not too with it- . Supervisor called, we explained the problems, she had him call again and he promised to come THAT DAY with a crew to finish the job. Hello? Finish? He had told me the pod would be in the street for two weeks or more. Regarding my phone call, he later told my husband ?your wife was confused.? Woops. My husband said, Nope, she wasn?t. You need to get to work in the basement, pod or no pod. He and his crew of 4 worked a half day and went home. Hahaha. (Not done.) had the idea that he could make us feel better by promising the impossible, which made us less confident than ever. We were not hysterical, worried or catastrophizing. He was condescending. Once he got to work, it was apparent he hadn?t even needed the pod, the time, the removing every object one by one and inventorying it all. Weird. In the end, it all got done ? though things were left all over the place. I was too fed up to ask them to put shelves and boxes back where they had been, so we had to move everything ourselves which maybe is usual. But I think if you move something, you should put it back. Oh well. Insurance paid us, we paid , we did not provide a good reference.

They surveyed old underground oil tank for leaks, unfortunately they found a bad area, submitted samples to DEQ. Responded with report and did what needed to be done to decommission the oil tank. It was scary not knowing what they would find or how it would play out expense wise but I felt somewhat reassured in talking to them that it was not a bottomless ...More pit and that I would not be throwing money into.
- Dennis P.

Biohazard Cleanup Companies in Portland

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A Noble Restoration Services

33816 NE Kale

Advanced Timber & Fire Company, LLC.

11048 SW Greenburg RD Unit 140

Aftermath Washington

1705 S 93rd St

Alpha Environmental Services Inc

11080 SW Allen Blvd.

Dana Thompson Tanks & Soil

PO BOX 82285

Environmental Works LLC

2634 SE Steele St

Heartbeat Medical & Safety LLC

5200 Meadows Road
Lake Oswego

Jones Stohosky Environmental Laboratory, Inc

3315 SE Harrison Street

Lover's Cleaning Service

13119 ne 12th ave

Oregon Blind & Window Cleaning

20179 woodglen way
Oregon City

PND Corporation

14320 NE 21st Street, Suite 6


5410 NE 105th ave

ServiceMaster of Portland

4610 SE 26th Ave

Tranquillity Massage

3303 NE 44th St

van Oss Professional Property Services

17496 NW Santiam dr

Virtus Group - National Team

8765 Stockyard Drive



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