Landfarming employs specially enhanced microbes that use the petroleum waste as food, breaking down the waste in the process.
Along with the microbes, the land is periodically tilled to provide aeration to aid biodegradation.
The final product of landfarming is a safe material ideal for special use in construction and industry.
Traditionally, when a company had to dispose of petroleum contaminated soil, the only choice was storage in an approved landfill. There, the soil remained contaminated, threatening the environment and haunting the company with long term liability for what ever damage the contaminated soil might do…
Landfarming uses biological and physical methods to biodegrade and recycle petroleum contaminated soils. The final product of landfarming is a safe material ideal for special use in construction and industry. Landfarm treatment solves not only the environmental problems landfills create, but the long-term liability problems as well.