Mavideniz can assist with Contaminated Soil Remediation + Water Remediation + Sediment Remediation
Water Remediation for groundwater contaminated through accidental spillage or leaks, and also chemicals involved in soil pollution are petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticides and lead and other heavy metals. Soil contamination can also happen as a result of underground storage tanks rupturing or the leaching of waste from landfills. Mining, fertilizer application, oil and fuel dumping pesticides, cyanide, volatiles, creosote, and the multitude of other environmental issues. Contaminated Soil, Groundwater Remediation, Surface Water Remediation following spill incidents or site decommissioning.
Surface water remediation is very similar to groundwater remediation, except it is far easier to access water above the soil. Surface water is exposed to many different elements. Still, water is a natural breeding ground for insects, bacteria, and other things which are generally harmful to humans. Surface water remediation matters because humans are more likely to come in contact with surface water than they are with groundwater. Problems are a little bit simpler to find, and it may be a little bit easier to take care of them as well.
Soil remediation is the process of removing contaminants from soil. Hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and creosote all present problems for property owners. There are different methods of fixing soil. Soil remediation can be using natural means, such as using certain types of bacteria. Additionally, thermal soil remediation, air sparging, and encapsulation may be effective. The most immediate type of remediation is the removal of the contaminated soil and replacement with clean fill. Soil contamination has serious, long-term, and deleterious effects on ecosystems and property. Many animals absorb soil contamination in one form or another, and soil contamination can cause massive die-offs. This, in turn, can cause more problems. Humans may become permanently sick due to soil contamination.
Sediment Remediation is a mix of water and soil remediation. When you mix the two, new circumstances are created, and thus new problems may arise. Contaminated sediment as soil, sand, organic matter, or other material that accumulates at the bottom of a water body that contains toxic materials at high levels. Sediment Remediation can affect both the water and the soil.
Some of Our Remediation Techniques :
- Thermal Soil
- Pump and Treat
- Air Sparging
- Physical separation and oil recovery
- Vacuum extraction
- Granular and Powder
- UV System