Do you own a contaminated decommissioned building or plant? The law requires the removal of polluting or potentially polluting buildings.
Why risk your building contaminating the environment once it is decommissioned and cannot be repurposed? The Law on the Integrated Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution requires you to produce a plan of environmental protection measures after the decommissioning and closing of plants.
Let us remove your contaminated buildings. We clear contaminated buildings, including demolition, removal and waste disposal.
We will draft an environmental impact assessment for the demolition of your building, if the competent authorities require one.
Turn our experience in removing contaminated buildings to your advantage.
Affordable Demolition of Contaminated Buildings
We will safely and efficiently remove any contaminated building, clearing and disposing of any waste produced.
Our service covers:
- Affordable demolition of contaminated buildings
- Full responsibility taken
- Planned, professional and efficient treatment
- Treatment in accordance with legislation
- Management of waste streams to final disposal, with preservation of the environment
- Great experience in recovering contaminated buildings.
Our service will efficiency solve your contaminated building problem.
How We Remove Contaminated Buildings
We provide affordable removal of contaminated facilities, with all necessary permits for the treatment of waste produced in the demolition process, with transport, including oversized cargo.
We draft environmental impact studies before the removal of contaminated buildings. First we disassemble the equipment and installations that can be removed separately throughout the building. Preparations are followed by the demolition of the building, clearing and permanent disposal of the produced waste. After clearing, the demolition site is left in an environmentally perfect state.
Our procedures and instructions can simply be integrated into your own quality management, environmental protection and occupational health and safety systems.
Reactivation of Industrial Sites
In case of contamination, the problem of decommissioned or closed industrial plants can be solved by demolition and recovery of terrain. Demolition can be total or partial. The “polluter pays” principle states that the polluter bears the full cost of the environmental threat and the costs of eliminating pollution. These expenses can be prevented by timely and appropriate removal of contaminated buildings.
There are many examples of successful repurposing of buildings, and of the construction of new facilities or plants on previously contaminated sites.
The following project presentation provides a practical overview of the potential for the reactivation of industrial spaces: http://www.urbanlandmanagement.rs/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Iskustva-iz-Rumunije.pdf