Remediation deals with the removal of pollution or contaminants from environmental media such as soil, groundwater, sediment, or surface water for the general protection of human health and the environment.
Restoration of dump sites is restoring the dump site to its natural state, in the process improving and enhancing the land conditions, so that the land is available for use and access.
Some of the Remediation Techniques we use are:-
- Soil Excavation
- Solidification & Stabilization.
- Vapor Condensation.
GEPIL with its proven records and with its team of professionals provide solutions for the Remediation and Restoration of dump sites. We provide a range of services required to remediate hazardous waste sites in and ex-situ. Our previous assignments include small and simple single objective projects to large, complex multi task projects. These have included initial site surveys, site investigations, risk assessments, feasibility studies, remedial design and engineering, remedial construction, site closure, and site restoration. We are reputed for melding expertise of our technical team with management skills and solutions ideal for our clients’ requirements and budgets.
Generation of huge volumes of waste water and its proper handling and management is an issue of international concern. Like all natural resources its supply is limited and recycling and reuse of water has become indispensable. GEPIL provides waste water treatment and recycling solutions to industrial complexes, industrial clusters, estates and SEZs. Gepil has designed ,developed and operating CETPs/ETPs ranging from 1 MLD to 120 MLD spread across wide spectrum of industries like Textile Dye and Dye intermediates, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Agrochemicals, Metal Treatments etc.
The approach we employ ensures generation of waste water in lesser volumes, quantification and characterization of the effluent, management of the treatment process and recycle and reuse.
Some of the processes used by us include:
- Advance C technology
- Heavy metal recovery
- UASB followed by aerobic treatment
- Tertiary plants for selective recovery and reuse of the water