Soil pollution can result from one-time oil spills or even on-going problems such as gas leaks and hazardous waste run off. Originating on land, soil pollution can also spread to affect nearby lakes, streams and other water sources. No matter its cause, the environmental impact of soil pollution is felt by ecosystems small and large.
Working with state agencies, Georgia Oilmen’s Services emphasizes adherence to environmental regulations. In addition, we provide soil remediation services to businesses and organizations who experience soil and groundwater contamination.
Soil and Water Contamination Resources
Below are some resources that can assist with outlining remediation services as well as environmental guidelines and laws:
- Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission: additional information and resources on soil conservation and erosion
- U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management Groundwater and Soil Cleanup: where and how the DOE is performing soil remediation
- Pollution Prevention (P2) Program Regional Resources: different resources for the Southeast region aimed at supporting sustainability and preventing pollution.
For more information or additional resources, please contact us.