Contaminated Soil Removal, Remediation & Disposal



Contaminated Soil

DHI Excavations specialise in contaminated soil removal, remediation and disposal. We extract and treat Non-Hazardous and Hazardous contaminated soil for recycling off-site. We provide a full waste management service encompassing a range of services from soil testing to the disposal of contaminated materials.



Contaminated Soil

DHI Excavations specialise in contaminated soil removal, remediation and disposal. We extract and treat Non-Hazardous and Hazardous contaminated soil for recycling off-site. We provide a full waste management service encompassing a range of services from soil testing to the disposal of contaminated materials.



Types of Contaminated Soil

• Soils by TPH (total petroleum hydrocarbons).
• Soils by PAH (Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons)
• Soils by Heavy Metals.
• Soils by Asbestos Fibres >0.1%
• Chrysotile fibres in soil.
• Asbestos Fragments in soil.
• Asbestos Fragments loose.
• Sheet asbestos.



Types of Contaminated Soil

• Soils by TPH (total petroleum hydrocarbons).
• Soils by PAH (Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons)
• Soils by Heavy Metals.
• Soils by Asbestos Fibres >0.1%
• Chrysotile fibres in soil.
• Asbestos Fragments in soil.
• Asbestos Fragments loose.
• Sheet asbestos.



DHI Hazardous Management Team

The DHI Hazardous Management team will manage segregation of hotspots on site complete with detailed segregation plan and statement. Consignment notes to complete duty of care when moving Hazardous waste will be completed by DHI Hazardous Management team. Treatment facilities are used (where suitable) to ensure that the percentage of waste being diverted to land-fill to a minimum.



DHI HAZARDOUS MANAGEMENT TEAM

The DHI Hazardous Management team will manage segregation of hotspots on site complete with detailed segregation plan and statement. Consignment notes to complete duty of care when moving Hazardous waste will be completed by DHI Hazardous Management team. Treatment facilities are used (where suitable) to ensure that the percentage of waste being diverted to land-fill to a minimum.

EWC codes for hazardous wastes that DHI can remove:

17-01-06 – Concrete, bricks, tiles and ceramics containing hazardous substances.
17-02-04 – Glass, Plastic and Wood containing Hazardous substances.
17-03-01 – Bitumous mixtures containing coal tar.
17-03-03 – Coal Tar and tarred products.
17-04-09 – Metal waste containing hazardous substances.
17-04-10 – Cables containing; Oil, Coal Tar and Hazardous substances.
17-05-03 – Soils and stones containing Hazardous substances.
17-05-05 – Dredging spoil containing hazardous substances.
17-05-07 – Track Ballast containing Hazardous Substances.
17-06-01 – Insulation materials containing Asbestos.
17-06-03 – Insulation materials containing hazardous substances.
17-06-05 – Construction materials containing Asbestos.
17-08-01 – Gypsum based materials containing hazardous substances.
17-09-01 – Construction and demolition waste containing mercury.