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Site Remediation & Stabilisation

Bespoke Strategies for Every Project

MHH Contracting deliver safe and efficient sustainable remediation schemes, amongst our clients we hold an excellent reputation based upon innovation, cost savings and delivering outstanding solutions.

We develop pragmatic and cost effective remediation strategies specific to the site and conditions encountered, utilising a combination of traditional and innovative techniques to ensure the best outcome.  

Soil remediation techniques often employed include:

  • Excavation and Removal

  • Cover Systems

  • Solidification & Stabilisation

  • Licensed-in-situ Techniques

  • Ex-situ Techniques

  • Mixing & Dilution

We deliver contracts rapidly, efficiently, and competitively to minimise risk and, utilise off-site disposals to maximise material reuse and to achieve regulatory compliance. We work in conjunction with clients in order to offer complete targeted and value engineered solutions. From the simplest site to complex remediation projects, whether the complexity is the contamination in the ground, the logistics of the works, site location or the stakeholders, including community issues, we are able to assist and provide key solutions.

We aim to provide state of the art, modern technologies and a client focused outlook. As such, our customers can rest assured they will receive the highest possible level of knowledge and experience when dealing with intricate sites.

Useful Links


CL:AIRE is a UK charity committed to providing a valuable service for all those involved in sustainable land reuse.
They develop training resources, disseminate information and act as a credible resource for all stakeholders, ensuring they remain at the cutting-edge of best practice and innovation.

Definition of Waste: Code of Practice

The DoW CoP provides a clear, consistent and efficient process which enables the reuse of excavated materials on-site or their movement between sites.
Use of the DoW CoP supports the sustainable and cost-effective development of land. It can provide an alternative to Environmental Permits or Waste Exemptions.

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