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Help The Environment With Soil Remediation Services

Soil remediation services

With a growing population, our country is exposed to more dangerous elements than ever before. Some of them we can prevent and some of them we can't. Whether it's an oil leak, landfill, or other toxic exposure to soil, air, or water, it could be due to human error or human accident. Whatever the reason, remediation services are needed immediately. A trustworthy environmental remediation team will have the capability to handle cases large and small from examinations to final cleaning and initiation of new soil. If it is believed that oil leaks or other dangerous contaminants have entered the area around soil, water, or air, contact after an oil tank removal, contact your local expert immediately. A licensed soil remediation specialist will be on-site to test the soil for contamination. Groundwater is only problematic if it's found during the excavation phase. If there is a suspicion that groundwater has come into contact with pollutants, then remediation services should be completed right away.

The first step after the initial soil inspection is to remove all contaminated soil or groundwater immediately. It is important to do this as soon as possible to stop the onset of more contamination. If the root cause is a leaky oil tank, that too will be removed during this process. Because it is a poisonous substance, soil and oil tanks must be disposed of properly and carefully so that there is little to no soil damage. In fact, there are licensed waste disposal facilities designed for this type of waste.

After the toxic materials are removed, soil and water samples are commonly sent to the NJDEP laboratory for further analysis. This analysis can determine exactly what components have caused contamination to the soil and for how long.

After all renovation work is completed, new soil will be put in to replace the old contaminated soil. Depending on the damage to the landscape during the clearing process, new grass may also need to be planted. The entry of new soil and plants will cause new life to start again and clean land to grow back. After the restoration work is completed, a report will be generated that records all restoration activities. This report will be sent to NJDEP, which will determine if your property requires additional action regarding remediation services.

While these reactive remedial measures are important, it is also important to focus on becoming proactive. If you have any questions or concerns about soil remediation services, please contact our trained oil tank solution specialists. We can also assist you with oil tank sweeps and removals.

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