Soils & GW
Soils & Groundwater
When contaminated soils threaten your construction project, FERRO is there
FERRO Canada is an industry leader in soil remediation. Soil and groundwater contamination degrade the value of your property and can pose a serious threat to health. The FERRO team effectively cleans up abandoned and contaminated brownfield sites using the latest soil remediation techniques – from site preparation to excavation, treatment, backfilling, compaction and site restoration.
Upon arrival on the scene, our highly experienced, specially trained team will assess any and all hazardous conditions and environmental risks comprehensively and select the best treatment method, such as: soil washing, chemical/thermal decomposition, or biological decomposition. We address contaminants of all sorts: not only heavy metals, etc., but also VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), from oil pollution to buried wastes and complex contamination.
When you have a brownfield that you need to turn green, FERRO can be on-site and on-call 24/7 by calling our C.R.A.S.H. Team at 1-877-429-7760.
Above Ground Storage Tank Removal (AST Removal)
FERRO Canada offers above ground storage tank (AST) removal. FERRO Canada is licensed by the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) under the Liquid Fuels Handling Code and also employs licensed PM2 and PM3 mechanics. With over 15 years of experience, our Team of Environmental Contracting Professionals can remove your AST with minimal impact to your property.
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Underground Storage Tank Removal (UST Removal)
As more and more individuals are realizing the environmental hazards associated with underground storage tanks (UST’s), the removal of underground storage tanks is consistently increasing. The greatest concern lies with underground storage tanks that are not in use with no way to monitor what hazards lie below. Section 184.108.40.206 of the Liquid Fuels Handling Code states that ALL underground storage tanks out of service for 2 years or more must be properly removed from the ground.
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