Treating contaminated soils and sediments

The CPEM is fully equipped for research and development, including the possibility of full scale testing of several possibilities for the reuse of sediments

Envisan France, the French branch of the environmental division of Jan De Nul Group, is constructing a new treatment centre (CPEM) in La Seyne-sur-Mer, Southern France, designed specifically for the treatment and valorisation of contaminated soils and sediments, writes Kristof Nachtergaele, manager treatment centres and Daphné Glaser, business development manager, ...

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