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Dinosaurus

05:37AM | 10/17/05
Member Since: 06/16/05
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Hello,

I have a 1960 split level home. In the back there is a cement patio.

About a foot and a half past the patio there is a pipe in the ground.

Recently as the weather gets cooler I have been smelling fuel oil and I do not have fuel oil. Do you think this pipe is part of a fuel oil tank from years ago?

Who can tell me this answer, who do I call?

Beyond the patio in the yard I was able to determine that at one point there was a septic tank used in the yard. I used dowsing roads to determine the outline of a tank. Who can I call to help me determine what this pipe is and if it is septic or has something to do with fuel oil. Thanks.

Dinosaurus

07:12AM | 10/17/05
Member Since: 06/16/05
140 lifetime posts
The pipe in the back yard is not capped. So who do I call to come and tell me what this pipe is. I thought it has something to do with fuel because periodically I smell fuel oil. Does one have to dig up the tank and remove it?

Would the township be able to tell me what it is? I am the second owner of the home and it was built in 1960. So I dont know which direction to go . Thanks

Dinosaurus

12:19PM | 10/17/05
Member Since: 06/16/05
140 lifetime posts
So who can tell me what this pipe is. It is in the ground and no part of the pipe is sticking up.
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