Each job presents its own unique challenges and as such will be costed on the basis of a survey by one of our team.
Initial treatment can be completed within a few days of a client’s request, though the process may require several visits to the site to ensure that all oil residue has been removed from the area and soil sampling can be undertaken to ensure that levels of hydrocarbon in the soil has returned to acceptable levels.
Tarmac is an oil-based product, so some chemicals usually used for cleaning oil can damage it. We can use specialist chemicals and hot pressure wash systems to remove oil residue and staining from most surfaces.
Bio-remediation is process whereby a chemically produced enzyme is used to digest oil and change its chemical process. In many cases, It is a more cost-effective way to clean oil from soil or other surfaces and may avoid the expense of excavations and disposal of contaminated waste.
Potentially yes, depending on the surface that has been affected by the spill – our technicians can work to blend into a larger area or completely clean a smaller area and will advise on the most suitable course of action.
Yes – specialist bio-remediation and chemical cleaning can remove hydraulic and other synthetic oils from most areas.
Yes, we can clean any area, but usually it is more aesthetically pleasing to clean the area around the initial spill as well.
A trauma is a situation where blood or other bodily fluids have been expunged. As there is a high risk of infection from contaminated surfaces, it is essential that professional cleaning is undertaken as soon as possible.