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Clean Earth’s on-site soil treatment capabilities include thermal desorption and stabilization treatment performed at the project site, avoiding the high costs associated with traditional transportation and disposal methods.
The versatility of our on-site services provides an all-in-one solution for customers looking to minimize impact and maximize value.
Our soil treatment methods consist of mixing contaminated soils and sediments, with chemical additives to physically or chemically immobilize chemical constituents. Solidification refers to a process that forms a physical bond, encapsulating contaminates to the waste matrix.
Contaminant migration is often restricted by decreasing the surface area exposed to leaching and / or by coating the wastes with low-permeability materials. Stabilization refers to a process that reduces the risk posed by a waste by converting the contaminants into a less soluble, mobile, or toxic form. This technique involves the use of chemical additives to reduce the hazard potential.
Our thermal desorption technology effectively processes and treats hazardous, non-hazardous, and high moisture contaminated soil including but not limited to hydrocarbons, MGP, pesticides, and PCBs.
Additionally, treatability studies are conducted to determine successful solutions to site-specific needs. Based on the concentrations of targeted constituents of concern, testing will be conducted on an untreated sample to document the initial concentration.
How Clean Earth helps
Benefits of On-Site Soil Treatment
Treatment strategies are developed and customized, through collaboration with our clients, to achieve the overall objective of the site-specific remediation goals.
Beneficial Reuse On-Site
Treatment at the Source
Reduced Environmental Footprint
Site Control and Liability Reduction
Limited Off-Site Material Movement
Reduction in Monitoring Requirements
Limited Modifications for Traffic Control
Reduction in Transportation Costs and Vehicle Movements
Expanded Range of Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Contaminants
On-Site project experience
New York; Site Contaminant: PCB
Massachusetts; Site Contaminant:
Ohio; Site Contaminants: PERC, PCA
New York; Site Contaminants: PCE, TCE
Utah; Site Contaminant: Explosive Residuals
NW Florida; Site Contaminant: Confidential
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