All About Groundwater Remediation

Groundwater remediation is the process of removing all kinds of pollutants from the water in our soil. Groundwater is used in the country to irrigate crops and products sold to consumers, as well as other industries that show their products to the public on a daily basis. 

What causes groundwater pollution and groundwater rendition?

The use of contaminated groundwater can create a myriad of dangerous problems for humans and animals around the world. This is why it is very important as owners that soil and groundwater are free from pollution and harmful substances. 

Groundwater Remediation

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Many of the practices that make the industry successful across the country can actually lead to contamination of groundwater. Some of these practices include:

  1. Excessive use of fertilizers/pesticides

  2. Industrial spills

  3. Problems entering urban channels

  4. Landfill leak

Ensuring that groundwater is not polluted is an important measure for the safety of everyone who comes in contact with it, and for businesses and individuals who frequently use practices that can contribute to contamination of groundwater and soil.

Biological technology treatment techniques – Some of the most popular biological treatments include phytoremediation, bioaugmentation, bio-discovery, bio sparring, and biodegradation.

All of these technology treatment techniques are used in a variety of different land and groundwater remediation services. It is important to work with industry professionals to determine which treatment is best for your property.