Soil and Waste Remediation

TES provides direct remediation and industrial services to government, state, municipal, energy and private sector clients. We provide turn-key solutions with a focus on safety, compliance and total customer satisfaction.
Our remediation solutions include soil assessment, screening, collection of samples and analysis, onsite treatment, profiling of waste and manifest, removal, transportation, and disposal of contaminated soil. We also have the ability to deliver uncontaminated soil to replace any contaminated soil that had to be removed. Time is critical when it comes to environmental cleanup, therefore we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Waste products are sometimes spilled or dumped on soil that hinder it from providing the best environment to both humans and other living organisms. When the soil is infected, the atmosphere is usually at risk of having an ugly look because the plants lack the proper nutrients they require to have a nice look. Since every human aim at living in a conducive environment, there is always a need to do soil remediation, which entails removing the contaminants to protect every living organism within our surroundings. Here are some of the best techniques to remediate the soil and waste.

Soil and waste remediation techniques in Texas

The following are some of the best ways in which you can remediate soil to have a healthy environment;

Thermal soil remediation in Texas

In this method, you subject the soil to high temperatures to remove the contamination. This method will work better if your soil is contaminated with wastewater or any other petroleum product. The contaminants are forced to evaporate, and you are left with clean soil.

Air Sparging

Soil contamination is at times caused by toxic gases. To remove this kind of pollution, you need to make use of this method. You only need to inject volumes of pressurized air to the soil, thereby eliminating the contaminating waste.


This involves the use a biological mechanism to remove any contaminants in the soil. You need to apply aerobic bacteria that will necessarily feed on the pollutant in either soil or the waste. It best work where you have a very high temperature.


In some situations, you may want to prevent the contaminants from spreading further. In this technique, it will work for you when you want to control the spread. To do this, you can use lime, cement, or concrete. These substances will prevent soil from coming into contact with the contamination at all cost

If the techniques do not work for you, there is always a need to call an environmental solution consultant who will advise you on the action to take. Ensure that you take every measure to keep our environment conducive and protect the small organism that lives in the soil.