When soil becomes contaminated with unnatural chemicals or substances such as petroleum, chlorides, or other harmful elements, it becomes detrimental to the environment and causes concern for health related issues. Usually, these harmful substances are introduced into our environment through manmade processes related to industrial activities, agricultural projects, improper disposal of wastes, storage facility leaks, and many others. Whenever contaminants are leaked into our environment, soil remediation is necessary to restore the environment to precontaminated conditions and to protect the health of the population and environment, as well as to meet all regulatory requirements.
Soil remediation is the process of cleaning and revitalizing the soil that has been negatively affected by contaminants. There are various types of soil remediation techniques that are used in different situations depending on the type of contaminants, characteristics of the soil, time allocation, and the cost-benefit analysis. Before any environmental remediation or oil spill cleanup project is started, a full site assessment must be completed to determine the best strategy to successfully remediate an area in the most efficient and cost effective manner.
When it comes to providing quick service in a cost effective manner, our background and expertise in soil remediation and oil spill cleanup will save you time and money for your upcoming project. Our innovative and effective solutions are proven to be successful in restoring soil to its precontaminated condition and to meet local, state, and federal regulations, including the Texas Railroad Commission and the New Mexico Oil Conservation Division (full closure reports provided upon project completion). Contact us to learn more about how we can help you with your upcoming soil remediation project.