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Subject: Re: Convert to natural gas Date: 4/26/2013 7:51 AM
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Oh, and do keep documentation on removal of your old oil tank. Your next buyer will want to know where it was and proof that removal complied with requirements.


Are you referring to a buried oil tank? The current tank is in the basement.


We'll keep documentation regardless, but I do know that buried oil tank removal does bring up questions down the road, since you can't just look in the basement and see if there is or isn't a tank.
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