Environmental remediation means of providing a remedy for the harmed environment—a remedy for polluted or contaminated water or soil that poses a threat to ecological and human health.
There are many types of industrial lagoons. Many generating stations, food processors, paper mills, mines, and farms have lagoons. Industrial lagoons (aka waste ponds) are designed for the disposal of byproduct pollutants. In the mining industry, mineral or metal-rich, dewatered sludge may be reprocessed for a high percentage collection of product. Typically, sludge dredged from farm, food-processing, or paper mill lagoons may be recycled and field-applied, using AWS equipment, as a nutrient-rich fertilizer. Dredged material from coal powered generation station may be used as a concrete strengthening supplement.
Earth’s natural ecosystems and habitats are deteriorating at an alarming rate. We would like to assist in creating, restoring, or improving ecosystems to that would help give animal life a natural habitat.
Dredged and treated sludge from waste water treatment facilities is used as a nutrient-rich fertilizer for land application.
Routine channel and marina maintenance is required in order to keep channels and marinas deep and navigable.
Create new commerce, recreation, and new source of life to dry land.
Due to their cost-effectiveness, speed, efficiency and minimal environmental impact, sludge dewatering tubes (geotextile tubes) are increasing in popularity for municipal water & waste water treatment, marine dredging operations, agricultural remediation, construction dewatering and shoreline protection.
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Smithfield, UT 84335
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