When it comes to managing removal of non-haz oil contaminated soil, gasoline contaminated soil, contaminated historic fill, and other types of non-haz petroleum contaminated soils, remediation firms have access to a variety of recycling methods which include, Asphalt Batching, Thermal Desorption, Soil Blending, and Bioremediation.

Contaminated soil recycling may often be the most cost effective T&D option for fuel oil contaminated soil and other categories of petroleum contaminated soils, but in many cases, low cost beneficial reuse may be suitable as a lower cost alternative if the contaminant concentration levels meet the acceptance criteria at the reuse facilities.