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The Masters ARS team will provide the customer with a cost-efficient technical approach, with the necessary equipment and other resources to implement the required services. Excavation and disposal of contaminated soil, sediment removal, surface treatment, waste removal / transportation and disposal, sludge and soil stabilization / solidification, pH adjustment and desiccation, sludge volume reduction, contaminated soil and sludge treatment, and hazardous materials services. Masters ARS can also provide residential soil removal.

Masters ARS works with the client to develop cost effective means to treat contaminated soil and sludge to minimize current and future costs, while ensuring regulatory compliance. Masters continues to monitor, develop, and implement new and innovative technical approaches in the treatment of these materials to ensure the client receives the best value for its needs and requirements.

Regulations regarding waste minimization and bans on land disposal of liquids and hazardous wastes have placed increased restrictions on sludge and semi-solid waste handling. In addition, disposal costs for incineration and other disposal alternatives have increased astronomically. Masters ARS provides its customers mobile dewatering and processing services as a solution to sludge and wastewater disposal problems. Masters utilizes belt and filter (recessed chamber) presses and two- and three- stage centrifuges, that can be set up on site and produce up to a four to one reduction in sludge volume as well as a significant reduction in the weight of the waste material to be disposed.

Removal Operations

  • Excavation of Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Sludge
  • Waste Minimization and Source Reduction
  • Soil Screening with Organic Vapor Analyzer
  • Staging and Testing
  • Backfill, Compacting and Restoration
  • Transportation to Approved Disposal or Reclamation Facility
  • Preparation of Waste Stream Profile, Transportation and Disposal Documentation

On-Site Remediation

  • Biodegradation of Certain Organic Materials
  • Neutralization of Acids and Bases
  • Physical and Chemical Treatment of Wastes
  • Solidification and Encapsulation