Clean Earth's soil treatment and recycling facility in Brandywine, Maryland, recycles non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soils, RCRA non-hazardous soil, along with aggregate based construction and demolition debris. Rubble and stone are crushed and screened to produce aggregate for sale or for use on-site. The majority of this aggregate is mixed with screened soil that has been treated with either calcium hydroxide, Portland cement, or kiln dust or any combination thereof, to produce a stabilized material suitable for pavement sub base and sized compactable structural fill material for construction applications.
Chemical Fixation, Aggregate Production
Oil Operations Permit 12SR3392
10,000 tons per day
Loading, Soil Sampling, Transportation, Aggregate Supplier, Project Management, Soil Treatment and Recycling
Top Soil, Sludges/Solids, Clay and Pea Gravel, Diatomaceous Earth, Oil Contaminated Soil, Potable Water Treatment, Virgin Petroleum Contamination, Storm Water Management Pond Sediment, Earth Media (TPH limit of 25,000 mg/kg)
Fill Material, Structural Fill, Recycled Aggregate
Convenient access from I-301, I-210, and I-495