REMEDIATION

Civil1 has extensive experience in remediation of contaminated soils. Contaminated sites pose critical environmental challenges. Delicate ecological problems such as – service stations, asbestos contaminated sites or acid sulphate soil are a good candidate for site remediation. Regardless of severity of contamination of site we have the experience, capacity and resources to solve it. Implementation of remediation works involve the following steps:

  • Background information
  • Site location, zoning and history
  • Proposed development
  • Local geology, hydrogeology, surface waters
  • Previous environmental investigations
  • Groundwater monitoring and/or findings
  • DA conditions
  • Remediation option review based on
  • Available remediation/management technologies
  • Excavation and off-site disposal
  • Treatment
  • Remediation goals and program
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Validation plan

We strive to achieve best remedial solutions based on quality, budget and programme. Below is a list of materials that are recyclable and non-recyclable

Recyclable                                          

  • Concrete/brick
  • Soils
  • Sand
  • VENM
  • Quarry Products

Non-Recyclable

  • ENM Materials
  • General solid waste
  • Acid Sulphate Soils
  • Restricted Waste
  • Asbestos Soils