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Hazardous soil treated

Waste management company FCC Environment, along with strategic partner Provectus Remediation, a specialist in the treatment of contaminated soils, has launched a hazardous soil treatment facility at Rowley Regis, West Midlands.

The facility is located on a former quarry to facilitate the restoration of a 6.1 million cu m void over a 25-year period.

The facility will treat a wide range of contaminated wastes using physico-chemical and biological treatment techniques. The site will have an annual input capacity of 500,000 tonnes of contaminated soils as well as waste from petroleum refining and other oily wastes.

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