Soil remediation

Arcadis In-Situ Technieken is your partner and a world-wide player in soil remediation. We are specialized in in-situ soil remediation, a range of techniques for treatment of contaminated soil that allow undisrupted continuation of the business activities on site. Our specialists develop custom solutions for complex issues. We can offer integral solutions for which you will have one contract partner and one contact person.

In Arcadis In-Situ Technieken, you find a highly experienced partner for in-situ soil remediation. In-situ remediation means that excavation of soil is not required, because the contamination is tackled without disturbing the natural position of the soil. The advantage of this approach is that the business activities on-site can continue without significant disturbance. We develop the most efficient approach based on an assessment of all available techniques and selecting the best (combination of) techniques. For the development and execution of excellent remediation solutions, we can rely on our team of highly experienced specialists, who have profound knowledge of remediation techniques and experience with contaminants such as asbestos, styrene, 1,4 dioxane, PFOS, PFOA and other “emerging” contaminants.

During the execution of an in-situ soil remediation, there is no disruption of business activities, assuring that the remediation activities do not impact your business operations. Arcadis In-Situ Technieken has its own specialized remediation equipment allowing us to deliver cost-efficient performance.

Arcadis In-situ Technieken is your partner for both the development of the remediation solution and execution of the remediation work. In this process, you will have one contact person all the way.

Of course, we can also be your partner if you only need advice on remediation options, remedial design or execution of remedial work.

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