When it comes to cleaning up gas and oil spills in North Texas, most people don’t believe that they need to concern themselves with the details of what to do in such an instance. But, cleaning up petroleum-based releases is much more than simply stopping the spill from getting into streams or groundwater. Once the spill is mitigated, the real work begins. We then begin the process of cleaning and then testing what we’ve cleaned to ensure that all contaminants have been removed.
The question that remains is, what is clean? The answer is that it’s necessary for remediation efforts to be consistent and within the many confines of the regulatory framework we work from. Ensure that your site is properly remediated and that as many of the contaminants as possible are removed; it’s important that we ensure that the process is transparent.
When man-made chemicals come into contact with pure, clean soil, these contaminants can cause harm and do damage to the land, the people nearby, and the surrounding environment. Soil contamination is a problem you should take seriously, whether it’s on your personal residential property or commercial and industrial property. If you have a suspicion that your soil may be contaminated, you’ll want to ensure that no digging is done and that people are now allowed to be on your land. Contact North Texas Spill Response for soil and water contamination remediation.