Dry Ice Blasting Services for Contaminant Remediation
A quicker, superior clean.
For more than 30 years, our professionals have been executing dry ice blasting for contaminated ground remediation throughout the United States. Our devoted crew works diligently to clean your machine and the entire facility of all impurities. Dry Ice Blasting Of America can assist with pollution caused by fire, smoke, water, surface rust, oxidation, or mold damage. Our dry ice blasting services strategy aims to eliminate organic contaminants from contaminated sites efficiently. This approach has proven highly successful in multiple case studies, particularly in remediation projects dealing with organic contaminants. Dry ice blasting is a sustainable method for site cleanup, as it uses environmentally friendly materials and does not produce harmful waste.
Dry Ice Blasting Advantages for Contaminant Remediation
The best technique for decontaminating polluted areas is dry ice blasting. It is a safe and eco-friendly approach for subsurface cleanup at contaminated sites. This approach can go past wires and nails and fit into small spaces. To remove pollution, dry ice blasting offers a non-abrasive method that won’t damage your equipment or surfaces. After we finish the dry ice blasting, there won’t be any leftover garbage. As a result, after we finish our task, you can resume your regular operational operations and output. The blasted stink will be almost completely gone in about 24 hours.
Among the many significant advantages of using dry ice blasting contaminant remediation are:
- No cooling-off or disassembly; clean-in-place
- Get rid of media trapping
- A Process that respects the environment
- Boost operator security
- Zero second-hand garbage
- Cut Back on Cleaning Time (up to 80 percent)
Soil Remediation services
Contaminated land remediation projects can benefit from dry ice blasting services for contaminant removal. It is an efficient method for cleaning up soil or groundwater contaminated with organic contaminants. According to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, EPA imposes clean-up costs on facilities that engage in soil contamination. The law has set fines for all facilities that dispose of hazardous waste improperly. It is common knowledge that contaminated soils and groundwater are hazardous to human health.
Traditionally, companies used three types of soil remediation technologies: thermal desorption, soil washing, and bioremediation. Soil washing procedures use water and surfactants to eliminate soil contaminants. Performing environmental remediation correctly helps you to save time and money. The treated soil can be reused, which helps in creating a well-balanced and productive ecosystem. The dry ice blasting technique is particularly effective in removing contaminants in soil, underground cleanup, and sediment.
Dry ice blasting is also recommended for groundwater remediation, targeting contaminant plumes. During site remediation, the dry ice blasting technique effectively removes oil, grease, and other organic contaminants from the ground. With dry ice blasting services, the focus is on lead contaminated soil remediation and other organic contaminants to ensure the safety of drinking water sources.
Metal contaminants can also be efficiently eliminated using dry ice blasting, making it an ideal choice for site cleanup.
Our company uses the following soil remediation methods to treat contaminated soil:
Soil stabilization involves injecting stabilizing agents into contaminated soils to coagulate contaminants. We use the process to reclaim abandoned hazardous waste sites and treat polluted soil.
Thermal soil remediation
Unlike other hazardous waste treatment facilities, we use thermal soil contamination and remediation to remove contaminants such as petroleum hydrocarbons. Thermal soil remediation is an effective and comprehensive environmental response since it helps contaminated soil remediation.
It is an all-inclusive process that helps treat contaminated soil such as the one found below buildings. Chemical oxidation can be used in restoring contaminated soil because it aids in the removal of various contaminants such as PCBs, BTEX, and TPH.
There are several applications for dry ice blasting. If your application isn’t included in the list below, contact us to find out if dry ice blasting is the best option for your needs.
- Upkeep of the Building
- History Restoration
- Heat transfer devices and industrial radiators
- Extrusion of plastics
- Manufacturing Lines
- Power generation and utilities
- Welding lines
Get Your No-Obligation Quote Right Away!
Contact Dry Ice Blasting of America (866) 648-0030 to set up an appointment for cost estimates and free service quotations for dry ice blasting. During your company on-site visit, one of our trained experts will conduct an assessment and discuss the various options open to you concerning the dry ice blasting services you require. In addition, you can phone us anytime with any queries about our services; we are here to help you. You may also find many of our videos on the following YouTube Channel.