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Environmental Remediation

No Matter the Size or Scope, We Will Remediate Your Environmental Challenges

Any type of environmental incident can be stressful and disruptive. That’s why we offer cost-effective solutions that alleviate your stress, no matter the scale of the environmental situation. Our team is dedicated to providing efficient solutions, ensuring that you can get back to normal as quickly as possible.

What We Do

Spur Environmental Services has the knowledge, equipment, and personnel to perform any needed analytical assessment, remediation, transportation, and final disposal for your environmental project.

Environmental Remediation

Our Environmental Remediation Services Pros & Cons

Mechanical (Dig and Haul) is a technique used in environmental remediation to remove contaminated soil, sediment, or other materials from a site. It involves digging out the contaminated material and transporting it to a licensed disposal facility for proper disposal. This method is often used for sites with shallow contamination or for areas where in-situ treatment is not feasible.

Pros: Impact Is Removed Immediately for Visual Confirmation
Cons: Risk, Expense, Waste Stream

Insitu is a type of environmental remediation that involves treating contaminants in place, without excavating the soil or impacting groundwater. This approach is often more cost-effective and less disruptive than other remediation methods, such as mechanical excavation (Dig and Haul) and disposal. In-situ remediation includes Bioremediation and or other reagents.

Pros: Less Invasive, Less Expensive (Up to 75% Less), Better Land Utilization, Improved, Aesthetics, No Waste Stream
Cons: Takes Longer, Requires Broad Spectrum Amenability to Contaminates

Bioremediation is an environmental remediation technique that uses microorganisms to break down or neutralize contaminants in soil or water. These microorganisms can consume organic contaminants and convert them into less harmful substances, making it a popular approach for cleaning up oil spills and other environmental incidents.

Less invasive, Less expensive (up to 75% less), Better Land Utilization, Improved Aesthetics, No Waste Stream
Cons: Takes Longer, Requires Broad Spectrum Amenability to Contaminates

Hydrovac, also known as hydro excavation, is a non-destructive digging method that uses high-pressure water and a powerful vacuum to safely excavate soil and remove debris. This technique is commonly used in industry to safely expose and access underground pipelines, utilities, and other infrastructure without causing damage.

Pros: Non Destructive, Eco Friendly, Small Footprint
Cons: Efficient in Smaller Areas, Debris Tank Size Limitation

No matter the industry, customers call on us for expert environmental services.

When you’re overwhelmed, our process will give you peace of mind.

Step 1


Schedule an initial consultation with our experts to evaluate and provide an analysis of the remedial technologies required to complete your project. We respond 24/7, every day of the year.

Step 2

Our Team Acts

Our response manager organizes and executes the entire process from site evaluation to creating and implementing the remediation plan. You’ll stay up-to-date with continuous reports from your dedicated project manager.

Step 3

Your Problem Is Solved

Upon completion of your remediation project, the property will be safe and free of relevant contaminants. Closure reports will be available for the regulatory authorities upon your request, ensuring compliance and closure for your project.

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Offering environmental services so people, businesses, and communities can thrive.

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