Enviropacific was engaged by Viva Energy to undertake the replacement of the underground fuel infrastructure, removal and decommissioning of existing underground fuel tanks at the Shell Service Station in Armadale, WA.
New fuel infrastructure, replacement site pavement and stormwater drainage were installed, which included construction of a new limestone retaining wall in preparation for subdivision works.
The work involved demolishing the existing canopy (deconstructed canopy and footings); decommissioning and removing four underground storage tanks. New infrastructure was installed including 2 x 90KL UST and 1 x 20,000 litre SPEL Puraceptor, S200K strip drains, new pipework and forecourt drainage.
Enviropacific also completed new sewer connections and upgrades as well as paving and landscaping of the site on completion.
- 4 underground storage tanks decommissioned and removed
- 2X 90KL UST installed
- 20,000 SPEL Puraceptor installed