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Soil Remediation

Our technology is designed to process contaminated soil to ensure it no longer poses risk to human health, and the environment, and in many cases makes it fit for reuse.

Soil remediation on contaminated land is in greater demand due to increased knowledge of current and emerging contaminants as well as an ever-increasing demand for urban housing. Brownfield sites and areas polluted by metals are increasingly being used as locations for redevelopment opportunities.

Contaminants leaching into water sources can lead to direct contamination of human drinking sources or to bio-accumulation of chemicals in animals which can eventually make their way into the food chain

Excavated soil contains various types of contaminants that need to be removed to ensure the end materials are suitable for re-use.

Our soil remediation technology offers many benefits including:

  • Reduction of harmful contaminants
  • Economical alternative for multi-treatment or disposal processes
  • The production of high-quality washed construction sand and aggregates for reselling and reuse
  • Reduction of carbon footprint during the processing operation by producing recycled sand and aggregates closer to the market.

We are currently processing almost 20 million tonnes of contaminated soil and various streams of construction & demolition waste material across the world every year, and our portfolio includes the world's largest contaminated soil washing plant in New York.




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