Clean up, Waste Removal and Hauling
Site remediation is the process of cleaning up and restoring a contaminated site to a safe and usable condition. Site remediation is typically performed when a site has been contaminated with hazardous materials such as chemicals, petroleum products, or heavy metals, and poses a risk to human health or the environment. The process of site remediation may involve a combination of physical, chemical, and biological methods to remove or neutralize the contaminants, and may also involve the restoration of the site to its original condition, including the removal of contaminated soil, the installation of new soil, and the planting of new vegetation.
There are two basic strategies used for remediation: clean-up and stabilization.
Clean-up technologies reduce the amount of contaminant by either destroying them or removing them. Stabilization technologies (containment) lowers the mobility and bioavailability of contaminants. M&M has the ability to provide and implement engineered remediation solutions and is licensed to transport contaminated waste to approved waste facilities