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Over 25 years of experience treating contaminated soil for recycling and beneficial reuses.
As one of the nation’s leading environmental remediation companies, Clean Earth processes almost four million tons of soil per year. With over 25 years of experience treating and recycling contaminated soil for beneficial reuses including construction fill and brownfield reclamation, Clean Earth has a longstanding legacy of environmental responsibility and stewardship.
Soils are contaminated when harmful chemicals accumulate on a piece of land. Typically because of previous industrial or agricultural activities, it reaches a point where they become or have the potential to become dangerous to people or other organisms in the surrounding natural environment. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that tens of thousands of contaminated sites remain in the United States that have the potential to cause environmental harm. Clean Earth plays an integral part in the process of remediating and reclaiming these lands for future productive uses.
Clean Earth has a number of state of the art treatment technologies for processing contaminated soil using thermal desorption, bioremediation, chemical fixation, and various physical segregation treatments. This allows us to accept and process a wide range of contaminated soils, including:
- Non-Hazardous - such as petroleum impacted, metal impacted, and soils from the excavation of underground storage tanks
- RCRA categorized soils
- PCB - both TSCA and non-TSCA contaminated soils
- MGP - coal tar contaminated soil
Clean Earth’s expertise and experience recycling soil affords our clients unsurpassed service and value. Our full service approach means that we’re there when you need us every step of the process from soil testing to transportation, and ultimately developing a beneficial reuse or recycling plan customized for your materials. We’ll work with your team to make your project as cost-effective as possible while handling your material in compliance with state and federal environmental laws. Talk to our experts today about how to best approach your environmental remediation needs.