Natural way to process contaminated soil on-site
REMSOIL® soil remediation method degrades the contaminants in soil by stimulating the soil’s own microbial activity. It is cost-efficient, ecological and up to three times faster than conventional remediation practices.
Examples for the usage of REMSOIL®
Stimulation of microbial activity accelerates the natural degradation process of contaminants and returns the soil for reutilization in a cost-effective way.
Old industrial sites
On-site processing of contaminated soil in land-use planning phase cuts down landfill and transportation costs and advances the utilization of land masses.
Old gas and service stations
Degrading oils and PAH-compounds on-site is remarkably more economical, easier and less time-consuming than transporting soil back-and-forth.
100 % organic way to reutilize contaminated soil
Based on excessive academic research
REMSOIL® soil bioremediation method enhances the activity of microbial organisms – nature’s own decomposers – and keeps the degradation process optimized throughout the whole treatment. The additive, made of organic by-products of Finnish agriculture, degrades contaminants ecologically on-site, without straining the environment. REMSOIL® started as a research study on how abattoir waste can be converted into a commercial substance to treat contaminated soil. After two years of excessive research, the product was commercialized and it strives towards a circular economy.
On-site soil remediation
Processing the soil on-site removes the need to transport soil back-and-forth.
On-site remediation is ecologically sustainable and saves property owners’ resources.
As only organic matter is left in the soil, the site can be used through the whole process.
Cost-efficient soil remediation service
Need help with your contaminated soil?
We’re happy to take care of your soil remediation process all the way from planning to monitoring. We’ll examine your situation, make you an offer and help you through the process of acquiring the necessary permissions and licenses from regional authorities. When the soil analysis is ready and authorities have granted permission, we’ll get to work.