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Disposal of contaminated soil

Umweltgerechte Behandlung und Entsorgung von kontaminierten Böden.
Contaminated soil can present a hazard to people and the environment. When deconstructing or demolishing buildings and facilities such as petrol stations, workshops or industrial facilities, contaminated soil must be excavated and properly treated. Transport accidents or leaky tanks and pipelines can cause pollutants to enter the soil. First, it is important to assess the precise extent of the contamination. Our independent, accredited testing and inspection service (clug laboratory) can help with this. Of course, we also ensure that the soil is treated in an environmentally friendly manner.

Our services

  • Waste chemical soil assessment (basic characterisation)
    • On-site inspection and collection of soil samples
    • Accredited and standardised soil analysis in the laboratory
    • Soil classification for waste chemicals incl. preparation of assessment certificate
  • Soil replacement
  • Further treatment and proper disposal of contaminated soil

Your benefits

  • Competent advice on all areas of environmental analysis
  • Legal certainty
  • Coordination with authorities
  • Accredited testing and inspection centre
  • Decades of experience and qualified specialist personnel
  • Money saved, e.g. by limiting potential contamination
  • All from a single source

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Frequently asked questions

Examples of soil contaminants include:

  • Heavy metals, e.g. lead, cadmium, mercury etc.
  • Mineral products
  • Tar
  • Chemicals

Depending on the degree of contamination, chemical or physical processes are used to remove contaminants from the ground. The process known as soil remediation involves the mobilisation of inorganic pollutants, e.g. heavy metals, or the breaking down of organic pollutants such as mineral oils. This can be done directly on site at the contaminated site (in-situ remediation) or by removing the contaminated soil (ex-situ).