Increasing site value though effective environmental remediation
Moore Management has extensive experience in site remediation involving a broad range of contaminants.
Typically, site contamination is the result of chemical or hydrocarbon spills, however some of the more unusual sites we have remediated include:
- Sheep dips
- A waste battery dump
- An abandoned firing range
Whatever your situation, we’ll do a full site assessment to determine the most correct and cost effective method of remediation.
Remediation methods range from removing contaminated soil and disposing of it at a landfill site licensed to accept such material to land farming. In a land farming system the contaminated soil stays on site and is regularly turned to allow aeration and evaporation of hydrocarbons. Moore Management have constructed on-site landfills up to 11,000 m2 to safely secure and dissipate contaminants.
Designing a site specific remediation plan
Contaminated site remediation may involve any or all of the following factors:
- Air quality
- Surface water
- Soil quality
- Groundwater management
- Flora and fauna
Every site remediation plan is designed to achieve a specific result, depending on the intended land use. A future kindergarten site (sensitive land use) will have a different remediation requirement than a truck workshop (no sensitive land use).
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The contamination seeps into the surrounding environment.
Correct removal involves excavating down below the contamination, removing the soil for disposal and re filling the hole left behind with clean soil.