Contaminated soil remediation costs can vary widely, and as such it is the role of the remediation company to navigate the maze of available disposal facility options, with the goal of identifying the compliant T&D options that are most cost effective, given the specifics of any project.

This requires expertise in interpreting analytical data, as well as a comprehensive understanding of the varying acceptance criteria that apply at disposal facilities located within closest proximity to the job site.

This process begins with determining soil waste classification and subsequent targeting of best-case disposal options, based upon evaluating a set of project-specific factors that include: site location, contaminants detected, contaminant concentrations, volume, geotechnical characteristics, site history, debris, gradation size, odor, and moisture content.

When managing contaminated soil disposal, the dual mission is to ensure regulatory compliance, along with achieving cost minimization – in which there exists one singular best-available comprehensive solution that can be identified for any given project.