I did not get to take a picture of today's job, but here is what happened. A homeowner who is renovating his house attempted removing his own oil tank. He had the right idea when he started; but, he ended up with more sludge and associated problems than he could handle. The feed valve broke off, which left nothing to prevent the oily sludge from coming out onto his basement floor. He thought fast enough to raise up the end of the tank to avoid further spillage. Once he contacted Home Tank Service, we made arrangements to get there the same day. There was around 20 gallons of oily sludge in the tank that could have ended up on his floor, in his sump pump and in his yard. We removed the tank, cleaned up the spot on the floor, prevented an environmental hazard and helped the renovations get back on track.