groundwater and environmental remediation

groundwater remediation

Dangerous substances on former industrial sites or in waste deposits have often led to contamination of groundwater and soil.

In the groundwater remediation we carry out pollutant pollution such as MKW (petroleum hydrocarbons), BTEX (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes), CHC (chlorinated hydrocarbons), LHKW (volatile halogenated hydrocarbons), PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), phenols, heavy metals and many more from the groundwater using various methods.

Depending on the requirement profile, the following remediation procedures are used:

  • activated carbon filtration
  • oil separator
  • gravel filter
  • lamella
  • mud phase separator 
  • light liquid separator 
  • ion exchange machinery
  • recirculation systems
  • batch treatment machinery

All system technology is assembled and commissioned by our employees on site. The systems can be placed in a permanent operation according to the analysis result, according to our employees. The required monitoring is of course ensured by means of state-of-the-art measuring and control technology.

environmental remediation

Hazardous substances on former industrial sites or in waste deposits have often led to contamination of soils. The remediation work to be carried out by our employees is ensured by technical measures that pose no risks to the life and health of the person from the post-remediation and no endangerment to the living and inanimate environment in connection with the existing or planned use of the site.

Depending on the requirement profile, the following remediation procedures are used:

This includes passive or active processes for the treatment of contaminated ground and dammed waters.

This method is used to detect or separate contaminated gases and vapors, thereby reducing or eliminating the emissions of contaminated sites in the environment or in other environmental media.

By applying a permanent electric field in the wet soil or groundwater, by utilizing electro-osmosis, electrophoresis and electrolysis, pollutant ions, e.g. of heavy metals, bound to sheathed electrodes.

Thermal remediation processes are among the decontamination processes for polluted soils. The principle is to destroy adsorptive and chemical bonding forces by supplying thermal energy, e.g. heating oil, natural gas or electricity.

The biological treatment of contaminated soils and groundwater is suitable with a variety of biotechnological processes for biodegradation of organic pollutants by microorganisms.

chemical-physical remediation processes use the reaction mechanisms extraction, gas exchange, adsorption, ion exchange and chemical conversion for the decontamination of pollutants in contaminated sites.

All system technology is assembled and commissioned by our employees on site. The systems can be placed in a permanent operation according to the analysis result, according to our employees. The required monitoring is of course ensured by means of state-of-the-art measuring and control technology.