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Soil Contamination: Assessing and Treating Asbestos for Safe Remediation

Soil Contamination: Assessing and Treating Asbestos for Safe Remediation

When it comes to soil contamination, asbestos is a serious health hazard that requires careful assessment and management.

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Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Volume Extracted: 1500 m³ Mean PAH Concentration: 850 mg/kg Max PAH Concentration: 2365 mg/kg Project Duration: 3 months During an upgrade of playground equipment at a kindergarten in Moree, an old tarmac surface was uncovered. …

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EESI Team Pioneers a Remediation Technique to Maximise Onsite Reuse of Metal Contaminated Soils

EESI Team Pioneers a Remediation Technique to Maximise Onsite Reuse of Metal Contaminated Soils

Environmental Earth Sciences International was engaged to design a remediation technique to maximise the onsite reuse of soil after metal contamination in soils had occurred. THE SOLUTION To address this challenge, the EESI team developed a …

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Identifying and Treating Groundwater Contamination Under Infrastructure

Identifying and Treating Groundwater Contamination Under Infrastructure

Identifying and Treating Groundwater Contamination Under Infrastructure Identifying the source of contamination beneath industrial plants can be a challenging and costly endeavor. Groundwater investigation programs often require a variety of sophisticated techniques to detect and …

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Transforming Waste into Usable Soil: An Inside Look at New Soil’s Bioremediation Process at its Soil Recycling Facility

Transforming Waste into Usable Soil: An Inside Look at New Soil’s Bioremediation Process at its Soil Recycling Facility

Bioremediation is a process that promotes the natural microbes in soil to digest hydrocarbon-based contaminants, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and petroleum hydrocarbons (TPHs). These contaminants are commonly found in waste by-products from gas …

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How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

Soil, compost and B grade quarry material sustainably produced by the Skipton Soil Recycling Facility will be used and blended to create a range of products such as engineered fill, sub base, sands, gravel, landscape …

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In Situ Vapour Extraction of Soil Gas in a Clay/Shale Profile

In Situ Vapour Extraction of Soil Gas in a Clay/Shale Profile

Environmental & Earth Sciences Environmental & Earth Sciences Pty Ltd have designed and installed an insitu vapour extraction system which has been designed to effectively achieve the following: Volatilise and vent petroleum hydrocarbon vapour contaminant …

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Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Pesticide contamination is a significant environmental concern that necessitates a thorough comprehension of the chemical and biological characteristics of pesticides to address off-target movement and environmental persistence. The Importance of Persistence: The Misconception of Faster …

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Solid Waste Management and Disposal Systems at Mills and Refineries: What You Need to Know

Solid Waste Management and Disposal Systems at Mills and Refineries: What You Need to Know

Solid waste management at most mills and refineries is controlled by disposal costs. That’s why the focus of this paper is waste management by disposal management. There is a growing trend in most Australian states …

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