Louisiana Tank Expands Disaster Relief and Clean Up ServicesBy Louisiana Tank | Sep 1, 2017
Louisiana Tank Expands Roll-Off Box Fleet
Expanding services to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey
Houston/Lake Charles—Louisiana Tank announced today new equipment purchases to expand its disaster relief services to better serve those impacted by the devasting effects of Hurricane Harvey. LA Tank’s plans for expansion include the purchase of 30 new roll-off boxes and additional roll-off trailers, as well as expanded potable water delivery services for those in need.
“On behalf of our entire team at LA Tank, we want to let those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey know they are in our thoughts and prayers. Our company has operated along the Gulf Coast for 40 years, and we have experienced firsthand the effects of these storms”. LA Tank President George Jordan stated. “If there is one thing we know, its that our Texan neighbors are resilient, and they will recover from this tragedy. We as a company are just humbled to be able to aid in a small part of that recovery.”
In addition to roll-off boxes, LA Tank has a fleet of vacuum, end dump, and food grade trucks availble to assist in any relief services required.
Louisiana Tank began operations in 1976 as an oilfield service company specializing in non-hazardous saltwater disposal. LA Tank has steadily grown since then and is now a comprehensive logistics provider to the energy, industrial, and construction sectors. LA Tank operates a fleet of more than 70 vacuum, pneumatic, chemical, food grade, end dump, and flat bed trucks throughout the Gulf Coast. In addition, LA Tank provides customized rail and transloading solutions, drilling mud and completion fluid transportation, frac tank and roll-off box rentals and saltwater disposal – accurately, safely and efficiently