We offer a variety of environmental remediation services. Our 25 years of experience in this industry has given us the edge of being able to bring a high level of efficiency and passion for excellence which reflects in everything we do.
We take pride in the work that we do. What this means for our clients is a worry-free job that is on time and under budget. Our core environmental services include dredging services, soil remediation, spill cleanup, and much more.
Dredging is the process of removing sediment and residual debris from a body of water. Over time sediment can build up and be harmful to the health of a body of water. The National Ocean Service explains dredging is, “routine necessity in waterways around the world because sedimentation—the natural process of sand and silt washing downstream…” Dredging can benefit: lagoons, storm water detention ponds, dredge sediment lagoons, marinas, golf course ponds, canals, and home association lakes.
In order to have a robust, livable body of water it is important to regularly remove the sediment, debris and underwater plants which build up over time. An excess of sediment creates a murky, dirty, and eventually lifeless pond. A marine biology study conducted by Extension, an arm of Michigan State and their nature research programs, explains,
“If dredging your pond beyond the photic zone to reduce plant growth is what you desire, then dredging will help. If dredging to 15 feet or more to improve fish habitat is what you desire, then dredging will help.”
It goes on to detail, “(d)redging can also remove muck and sediment during the process, as well as provide a better habitat for fish.” In order to maintain a well-kept body of water over time, it is essential to regularly have it dredged as sediment builds up.
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An environmental website called GreensGrow explains several key principles or methods to remediation including:
- Excavate soil and take it to a disposal site.
- Aerate soil in the contaminated site, as long as there is no risk of air pollution.
- Thermal remediation by the introduction of heat to the substance.
- Extraction of groundwater or soil paper.
- Containment of soil contaminants.
- Phytoremediation, or the use of plants, to extract heavy metals.
The picture to the right shows 3R providing soil remediation at scale, removing and disposing of contaminants. Every soil remediation job needs a unique touch and an experienced professional to provide a high-quality service.
Every spill can vary in scale and in form. Instances of a spill can quickly go from being localized to becoming a widespread disaster. Time is of the essence with spill cleanup and response. If yours is an organization that is at risk for a potential spill, it is important to have a plan in place so to be able to immediately respond.
At 3R, Inc. we pride ourselves in our ability to respond to any disaster: 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week. We can be ready to control and remediate a disaster in a moments notice. We have the capacity to respond quickly and effectively to nearly any emergency spill response situation.
Based out of South Carolina, we are able to quickly mobilize anywhere in the United States. With its committed, professional management team, trained and skilled technicians, and the most up-to-date equipment available in the industry we are able to provide spill remediation on time and within budget.
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If you are interested in a quote or simply looking for a professional opinion on your site, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (864) 848-1312.