The impact of environmental contamination is seen around the world. Water and land contamination caused by urban and industrial wastes, hazardous materials and military dumpsites endanger people and development.

In order to protect human health and the environment – Communities, Industries, Scientists, Consultants and Government agencies come together and participate in cleanup and treatment of local and national contaminated sites. Post remediation these sites aid potential developmental projects for housing, agriculture, infrastructure and clean energy.

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