Recently GreenSoil with our partner Doranova Oy won 2 remediation projects in Finland. Both projects are about sites which present a chlorinated solvent contamination in groundwater, which will be treated using stimulation of the anaerobic biological …
GreenSoil offers clients sustainable and cost effective solutions for soil & groundwater impacted sites. Our team of experienced engineers designs and realizes soil remediation projects especially in complex site conditions.
GreenSoil is an international player in soil remediation and is specialized in in-situ and on-site soil remediation techniques which are continuously being improved by a strong focus on R&D and innovation.
In our integral approach and total remedial concepts, a combination of techniques is often implemented mostly with a central role for stimulation and optimization of naturally occurring biodegradation processes.
As a general contractor, Greensoil manages the remedial contract as well technically as financially, in close collaboration with strategic partners for the implementation and completion of the remediation. In this way, Greensoil is able to identify and implement the best solution for a contaminated site and to deliver the required result on the long term in a sustainable way.
Given the complexity of soil remediation issues, the best solution differs from site to site and depends on the client’s need for which Greensoil always aims to offer a customized solution.
Conventionally, contaminated soils are excavated and treated off site in a soil treatment center. However, in quite some cases, treating soils on site is far more sustainable and economical.
If contaminated soils cannot be excavated or excavation is too complex to be conducted, soil &and groundwater can be remediated by in situ remediation.
Aboveground treatment systems
Short information about purification plants
Greensoil can treat a broad range of (both organic and inorganic) contaminants like TPH, (chlorinated and non-chlorinated) hydrocarbons, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), metals, etc...