ENVIROSHORE SPECIALISED OIL SOLUTIONS
Enviroshore Specialised Solutions are centred around Oil Recovery & Disposal, Remediation of the Soil and Water, where necessary, and processing of Recovered Oil into a usable source of energy, providing returns for both the customer and the environment . Enviroshore is your environmentally integrated solution for all potentially hazardous hydrocarbon materials.
Oil Recovery & Disposal
Oil Spills from distressed shipping vessels, Oily sludge ponds and bund areas, illegally dumped oils… historically, the recovery of waste oil has always been a complex and controversial issue of how to dispose of the recovered oil. Enviroshore’s specialised waste oil recovery products and processes minimise the time and financial cost of waste oil recovery and is made available for re-use at our processing plants.
Grease Trap Management
FOG is short for Fats, Oils, and Grease; pollutants commonly found in commercial kitchen waste- water. When FOG gets into our sanitary sewer system it will harden in the lines and cause block-ups or sewer overflows. FOG build-up is the number one cause of public and private sewage spills. FOG can also cause enormous problems during the waste-water treatment process resulting in unnecessary costs. The easiest way to solve this problem and help prevent overflows is to keep these materials out of the sewer system in the first place, by breaking down the FOG right at the source, to ensure it never enters the system in its hazardous state with Enviroshore’s comprehensive, hassle free GTM Solution.
UXO & TXO Specialist Remediation.
Enviroshore’s Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) and Time Expired Ordinance (TXO) Specialist Remediation Service focuses on neutralizing the potential hazard posed by these to both human life and, of course, the environment.
Leaching of the HDX/RDX and other remnant propellants pose a serious risk to the environment with contamination of ground water a grave concern. Of course the accidental detonation of UXO by unsuspecting initiators including farmers, children, animals and the general local population, present a tremendous danger.
Apart from the injuries and loss of life, any entities exposed to UXO present a clear political risk to the authorities and of course a burden of subsequent civil claims. The greatest challenge in UXO operations is the actual locating, or at the very least developing a probabilistic model of dispersion for further zoning and classification. To this end we have developed highly tuned methods and models that enable comprehensive block zone modelling and heat maps of ordinance location that are non-invasive until the very last and before ground contact surveys are completed.