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West Texas Dumpsters Offers Contaminated Soil Cleanup

Let the reliable and experienced team at West Texas Dumpsters assist you with an efficient and safe contaminated soil clean up. With just one call, West Texas Dumpsters gives you an upfront estimate of costs and aids in the clean up process to alleviate the damage ensued by contaminants. Soil contamination results when hazardous substances are either spilled or buried directly in the soil or migrate to the soil from a spill that has occurred elsewhere. There are two categories of spills as noted by the Statewide Rule 91: 1. Crude oil spills into non- sensitive areas and 2:hydrocarbon condensate spills and crude oil spills in sensitive areas.

Complete Petroleum Contaminated Spill Clean Up, Transport and Backfill Service

West Texas Dumpsters provides prompt service in assisting with removal, disposal and remediation of soil according to code. Rule 91 of the Texas Administrative Code establishes clear goals for the cleanup and disposal of crude oil. West Texas Dumpsters abides by the standards and procedures of the administrative code in order to safely dispose of contaminated soil. West Texas Dumpsters works with companies handling soil cleanup associated with exploration, development, production, and transportation of oil or gas. With emergency service 24/7 number, be sure to consult West Texas Dumpsters for your clean up needs. Getting backfill dirt is essential to leaving the "land as it was". Call us for more information on our backfill services.

Reporting the incident to the texas railroad commission

Upon determining that a spill has occurred, it is the responsibility of the owner or operator to immediately notify the Texas Railroad Commission, followed by a letter giving the full description of the event. The responsible operator must report on Form H-8 to the appropriate district office. Reporting must include the area, depth and volume of soil contaminated, a detailed description of disposal and remediation methods used or planned to be used for site clean up, as well as the estimated date of completion for site clean up. Be aware that standards in reporting differ for crude oil spill exceeding 5 barrels and crude oil spills over 25 barrels. Make West Texas Dumpsters an integral part of the disposal and remediation process necessary for site clean up. The reliability and efficiency of West Texas Dumpsters makes incident reporting and follow through a seamless process.

Acting fast is essential to soil clean up

To minimize the damage ensued by oil penetration, all free oil must be removed and disposed immediately. Once free oil is removed, the contaminated space must be delineated and soil that is contaminated must be disposed or remediated. In an effort to prevent pollution from storm water contamination, soil that is containing over 5.0% by weight total petroleum hydrocarbons must be mixed, removed to a disposal site, or removed to a secure interim storage location for later disposal. Acting fast is essential to safe soil clean up. West Texas Dumpsters can have dumpsters on site for disposal or remediation in order to carry out this process safely and quickly.

Soil remediation techniques used

West Texas Dumpsters can also assist in soil remediation. Companies are given one year after the spill incident to produce a final clean up level of 1.0% by weight total petroleum hydrocarbons. It is up the operator to find the best method for achieving this achieves the result. Note that there are some requirements for bioremediation. If on-site or enhanced bioremediation is chosen as the method of soil remediation, the soil to be bioremediated must be mixed with other soil to achieve a mixture that is no more than 18 inches in depth and that contains no more than 5.0% by weight total petroleum hydrocarbons.

TCLP Soil Analysis Testing and manifest generation

Toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) is a soil sample extraction method used to determine if a waste is characteristically hazardous. The toxicity characteristic helps to identify waste that when put in a landfill, may leach hazardous constituents that could cause greater contamination. Results of these procedures can help to determine if the soil must be taken to a hazardous waste disposal facility.

Finding the Appropriate Disposal Facility Based on Needs

The TCLP procedure is useful for classifying waste material in order to find the appropriate disposal facility. Soil analysis is necessary to ensure safe disposal and to avoid being overcharged. West Texas Dumpsters works with a landfill liaison in order to ensure safe disposal. West Texas Dumpsters transports and loads (if needed) contaminated materials and disposes waste at appropriate facilities.

Full service soil replacement including excavation and replacement

Having a reliable waste service is necessary for your full service soil replacement. Make West Texas Dumpsters a part of your safe and efficient soil excavation and replacement. Professional team members work around the clock to service containers in order to make this process trouble-free.


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