Soil Recycling

Soil Recycling

LEL Environmental soil remediation and recycling services provides environmentally sound options to ensuring cost-effective, legally compliant treatment of contaminated soil. We provide the experience, equipment and knowledge needed to handle this complicated process. We understand that local and state regulations vary, and are extremely knowledgeable in the legal and environmental requirements involved in any soil remediation, no matter the location.

Our soil recycling services include:

  • Environmental Assessment
  • Soil Recycling Equipment
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Experienced Field Technicians
  • Emergency Response Team

Environmental Impact
The dumping of hazardous substances, pesticide and fertilizer use, and industrial or chemical processes are just a few of the causes of soil contamination. These contaminants are then transported into the environment, impacting groundwater and air quality. Some of the most common soil contaminants are arsenic, benzene, cyanide, lead, and mercury. By treating and recycling soil, we can restore the environment to its natural condition, while preserving a natural resource for reuse.

Financial Impact
The financial impact to a business for the excavation, transportation, and disposal of contaminated soil can be great. Excavation and hauling of soil is a labor-intensive and expensive process for any organization. By treating contaminated soil for reuse onsite, a company can avoid transporting the material and save new material cost by reuse.

Legal Responsibilities
Companies or individuals who violate state and federal regulation regarding waste disposal and management are subject to increasing stringent consequences. For more information about federal policy on waste management click here.

LEL Environmental is committed to a high standard of ethics focused on environmentally friendly practices. Our experienced soil recycling consultants use a step-by-step approach to develop customized solutions for each customer.

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