Increasing regulatory requirements through the implementation of the EU Landfill Directive and growing public awareness have ensured a more cautious approach when contaminated land is owned, sold or developed. Owners or the responsible persons now potentially face long term liabilities, reducing asset values and occasionally adverse publicity, in addition to the increasing costs of remediation, when dealing with contaminated land issues.
Contamination issues differ from site to site, and the requirement and extent of any remediation is a direct function of the previous use of the site, the nature and extent of the contaminants present on the site and the intended end use of the land.
However, with proper monitoring and assessment techniques, contaminated land can be cleaned up to the extent that it presents a viable commercial opportunity to make full and effective use of land previously considered unsuitable for development.
Soilutions offers a comprehensive range of the best remediation and waste disposal options to its customers.
Selection, design and procurement support of remediation systems including cost estimates and planning are all part of Soilutions’ service to meet with customers requirements.
Soil remediation guide
Approaching soil remediation without any prior knowledge can be difficult and uncomfortable at times, especially when it can potentially be very costly. This free eBook will help you understand the whats, the whys and the hows of soil remediation in the simplest terms.