Contaminated Soils

Lack of proper and professional care of hazardous materials has led to a higher percentage of contaminated land in Israel, which endangers public health and makes land unavailable for much-needed housing. The main dangers associated with contaminated soil are:

  • Contamination of groundwater and water sources (1 liter of fuel can contaminate 1 million liters of groundwater);
  • Dispersion of toxic chemicals into s oil. This soil often cannot support vegetation, and plants that do grow in it may be dangerous to consume.
  • Evaporation of toxic gases into the atmosphere from the soil (and from groundwater, through the soil layer).

Tabib  removes and treats contaminated soils throughout the country . This includes conducting land surveys, excavation, drainage, removal of soil, bringing soil to an authorized site for treatment, and returning treated soil to its original location.

You are welcome to contact Tabib at 1-800-671-671 or through our online form for a professional consultation regarding treatment of contaminated soil. We pledge to serve you honestly and efficiently.
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