Preparation and agreement of the Groundwater and Soil Remediation Plan.
We offer water and soil remediation using the ex situ and in situ methods. The activities we carry out are:
Remediation consists in carrying out activities to remove or reduce the amount of substances that may have a negative impact on the environment of the soil and groundwater, as well as to control the spread of these substances.
Actions leading to the implementation of the remediation plan allow recognizing, among others: soil properties and land cover, the use of the contaminated land and the type of pollutants present in the area.
Soil testing used to identify the current and target status for a given area also determine the content of substances that may be particularly harmful to the natural environment and human health.
During the course of the survey, a geological assessment is also performed and the hydrogeological conditions are determined.
Accurate recognition enables planning an appropriate method and performing water and soil remediation.
Ex-situ reclamation method – carrying out reclamation works outside the location (finding) of the contamination. Implementation of reclamation works using the ex-situ method consists in the excavation of contaminated soil and its treatment (often in a more favorable period of time than carrying out in-situ works) and groundwater treatment.
Contaminated soil, depending on the type of contamination, is most often subjected to the recovery process, where after cleaning it and bringing it to an appropriate state of quality, it can be used for economic purposes.
In-situ reclamation (remediation). – is to carry out reclamation works in the area of location (finding) of pollution without the need to move the soil.
There is a biological method - the Intensive Bioremediation Technology (TIB), which enables work to be carried out on active objects without the need to shut down the cleaned places from operation. Reclamation works using the in-situ method require a longer period of time, which must be devoted to the purification process.
Legal basis: REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF THE ENVIRONMENT on how to assess the contamination of the earth's surface.
The material is for information purposes only and is not an interpretation of the law. Due to possible changes in applicable law, all information provided should be verified and checked for validity.