soil remediation

soil remediation

[′sȯil rə‚mē·dē‚ā·shən]
(agriculture)
The removal of harmful contaminants in soil.
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Invitation to tender: soil remediation of home gardens in the dornach refurbishment zone
The Agricultural Science and Technology Commission is set up by the Chinese Central Government for the construction of the National Ecological Security Agriculture Industrial Chain standardization system, the establishment of National Ecology Safe Agricultural Industrial Parks to build China's Ecological Security and Agricultural Industrial in an orderly business environment, completion of the National Soil Remediation Programme and governance of the government functions of the institutions.
Editors Albergaria and Nouws present readers with a collection of academic contributions that together make up a reference source for the subject of soil remediation technologies, applications, and tools.
EPA currently estimates that as many as 1,500 to 2,000 areas may require soil remediation, depending on test results.
Soil remediation of contaminated features Tender no: RFP-2320 Description: The scope of work includes soil remediation of contaminated features in SEK Fields (LOT B).
The new full service construction company will focus on environmental soil remediation in the New Jersey, New York and Connecticut area.
Soil remediation will commence in late summer, while the construction of 1,000 linear feet of bio-engineered retaining wall on the Canal banks will begin in early fall.
The joint venture would specialise in treatment services for industrial by-products, soil remediation and construction of landfill barrier systems.
Because of a growing demand, many demolition contractors have expanded their skill areas into services that may include hazardous waste management, asbestos abatement, building decontamination, PCB removal, mold remediation, industrial cleaning and groundwater and soil remediation," states Taylor.
Sludge from the county's wastewater treatment plant is sold to a local soil remediation company, which uses it to grow the pollution-eating bacteria that clean contaminated soil brought from across Denmark.
Part of the proceeds will be to pay for soil remediation works for Belize Electricity Ltd.
94-38, the Service held that the costs of soil remediation and ongoing groundwater treatment were deductible; however, the costs of groundwater treatment systems had to be capitalized.