Improving the health of your soil starts knowing what it consists of

There are five basic types of contaminants to consider. The pollutants could have industrial, urban, agricultural, radioactive and biological origins. Thus, the need to prevent, control and remediate pollution requires a series of testing on the soil itself. Local growers, farmers, or families should know what the composition of their soil is. If the level of nutrients, acidity and contaminants known, the grower can make the necessary adjustments to the soil for better and sustainable harvest. Please click here to reach us for more details.
For potential new building owners, it gives a sense of assurance to know what the status of the land they intend to buy: a clean land or a contaminated one. By testing the composition of the soil for various pollutants, one would gain an insight how to make the next steps, proceed with the purchase, request remediation, or walk away from the deal. We are here to consult, collect and test samples, by clicking here you can reach us direct.

For industrial customers, who wants to know how to treat soil that might have pollutants or start construction in polluted areas, testing is essential to reveal the type and level of contaminants. After that rehabilitation program development can start, as needed. We can help to decide on what test to request, help with sampling, being that single site or composite sample requirements. Please contact us by clicking here.

Improving the health of your soil starts knowing what it consists of

There are five basic types of contaminants to consider. The pollutants could have industrial, urban, agricultural, radioactive and biological origins. Thus, the need to prevent, control and remediate pollution requires a series of testing on the soil itself. Local growers, farmers, or families should know what the composition of their soil is. If the level of nutrients, acidity and contaminants known, the grower can make the necessary adjustments to the soil for better and sustainable harvest. Please click here to reach us for more details.
For potential new building owners, it gives a sense of assurance to know what the status of the land they intend to buy: a clean land or a contaminated one. By testing the composition of the soil for various pollutants, one would gain an insight how to make the next steps, proceed with the purchase, request remediation, or walk away from the deal. We are here to consult, collect and test samples, by clicking here you can reach us direct.

For industrial customers, who wants to know how to treat soil that might have pollutants or start construction in polluted areas, testing is essential to reveal the type and level of contaminants. After that rehabilitation program development can start, as needed. We can help to decide on what test to request, help with sampling, being that single site or composite sample requirements. Please contact us by clicking here.

Improving the health of your soil starts knowing what it consists of

There are five basic types of contaminants to consider. The pollutants could have industrial, urban, agricultural, radioactive and biological origins. Thus, the need to prevent, control and remediate pollution requires a series of testing on the soil itself. Local growers, farmers, or families should know what the composition of their soil is. If the level of nutrients, acidity and contaminants known, the grower can make the necessary adjustments to the soil for better and sustainable harvest. Please click here to reach us for more details.
For potential new building owners, it gives a sense of assurance to know what the status of the land they intend to buy: a clean land or a contaminated one. By testing the composition of the soil for various pollutants, one would gain an insight how to make the next steps, proceed with the purchase, request remediation, or walk away from the deal. We are here to consult, collect and test samples, by clicking here you can reach us direct.

For industrial customers, who wants to know how to treat soil that might have pollutants or start construction in polluted areas, testing is essential to reveal the type and level of contaminants. After that rehabilitation program development can start, as needed. We can help to decide on what test to request, help with sampling, being that single site or composite sample requirements. Please contact us by clicking here.

Improving the health of your soil starts knowing what it consists of

There are five basic types of contaminants to consider. The pollutants could have industrial, urban, agricultural, radioactive and biological origins. Thus, the need to prevent, control and remediate pollution requires a series of testing on the soil itself. Local growers, farmers, or families should know what the composition of their soil is. If the level of nutrients, acidity and contaminants known, the grower can make the necessary adjustments to the soil for better and sustainable harvest. Please click here to reach us for more details.

For potential new building owners, it gives a sense of assurance to know what the status of the land they intend to buy: a clean land or a contaminated one. By testing the composition of the soil for various pollutants, one would gain an insight how to make the next steps, proceed with the purchase, request remediation, or walk away from the deal. We are here to consult, collect and test samples, by clicking here you can reach us direct.

For industrial customers, who wants to know how to treat soil that might have pollutants or start construction in polluted areas, testing is essential to reveal the type and level of contaminants. After that rehabilitation program development can start, as needed. We can help to decide on what test to request, help with sampling, being that single site or composite sample requirements. Please contact us by clicking here.


Reasons for a Soil Testing

• Industrial Waste

The source for industrial waste is quite varied. Examples of industrial waste generated could include pulps and fibers, oils, lubricants, and greases, high concentration of minerals (mining run-offs, tannery products), drugs, fertilizers, pesticides, biological wastes from canneries or grain washing operations, to name a few. These pollutants affect and alter the chemical and biological properties of soil. As a result, hazardous chemicals can enter human food chain from the soil or water, disturb the biochemical process and finally lead to serious effects on living organisms. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.

• Urban Waste

Urban wastes comprise of both commercial and domestic wastes consisting of dried sludge and sewage. All the urban solid wastes are commonly referred to as refuse. This refuse might consist of garbage and rubbish materials like plastics, glasses, metallic cans, fibers, paper, rubbers, landscaping remnants, fuel residues, containers, abandoned vehicles and other discarded manufactured products. Municipalities usually offer weekly wastes disposal services, however items not picked up or can ‘easily run away’ can find its way into the soil. Even though the waste disposal and soil contamination is heavily regulated in California, incidents did, do and will happen. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.


Reasons for a Soil Testing

• Industrial Waste

The source for industrial waste is quite varied. Examples of industrial waste generated could include pulps and fibers, oils, lubricants, and greases, high concentration of minerals (mining run-offs, tannery products), drugs, fertilizers, pesticides, biological wastes from canneries or grain washing operations, to name a few. These pollutants affect and alter the chemical and biological properties of soil. As a result, hazardous chemicals can enter human food chain from the soil or water, disturb the biochemical process and finally lead to serious effects on living organisms. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.

• Urban Waste

Urban wastes comprise of both commercial and domestic wastes consisting of dried sludge and sewage. All the urban solid wastes are commonly referred to as refuse. This refuse might consist of garbage and rubbish materials like plastics, glasses, metallic cans, fibers, paper, rubbers, landscaping remnants, fuel residues, containers, abandoned vehicles and other discarded manufactured products. Municipalities usually offer weekly wastes disposal services, however items not picked up or can ‘easily run away’ can find its way into the soil. Even though the waste disposal and soil contamination is heavily regulated in California, incidents did, do and will happen. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.


Reasons for a Soil Testing

• Industrial Waste

The source for industrial waste is quite varied. Examples of industrial waste generated could include pulps and fibers, oils, lubricants, and greases, high concentration of minerals (mining run-offs, tannery products), drugs, fertilizers, pesticides, biological wastes from canneries or grain washing operations, to name a few. These pollutants affect and alter the chemical and biological properties of soil. As a result, hazardous chemicals can enter human food chain from the soil or water, disturb the biochemical process and finally lead to serious effects on living organisms. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.

• Urban Waste

Urban wastes comprise of both commercial and domestic wastes consisting of dried sludge and sewage. All the urban solid wastes are commonly referred to as refuse. This refuse might consist of garbage and rubbish materials like plastics, glasses, metallic cans, fibers, paper, rubbers, landscaping remnants, fuel residues, containers, abandoned vehicles and other discarded manufactured products. Municipalities usually offer weekly wastes disposal services, however items not picked up or can ‘easily run away’ can find its way into the soil. Even though the waste disposal and soil contamination is heavily regulated in California, incidents did, do and will happen. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.


Reasons for a Soil Testing

• Industrial Waste

The source for industrial waste is quite varied. Examples of industrial waste generated could include pulps and fibers, oils, lubricants, and greases, high concentration of minerals (mining run-offs, tannery products), drugs, fertilizers, pesticides, biological wastes from canneries or grain washing operations, to name a few. These pollutants affect and alter the chemical and biological properties of soil. As a result, hazardous chemicals can enter human food chain from the soil or water, disturb the biochemical process and finally lead to serious effects on living organisms. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.

• Urban Waste

Urban wastes comprise of both commercial and domestic wastes consisting of dried sludge and sewage. All the urban solid wastes are commonly referred to as refuse. This refuse might consist of garbage and rubbish materials like plastics, glasses, metallic cans, fibers, paper, rubbers, landscaping remnants, fuel residues, containers, abandoned vehicles and other discarded manufactured products. Municipalities usually offer weekly wastes disposal services, however items not picked up or can ‘easily run away’ can find its way into the soil. Even though the waste disposal and soil contamination is heavily regulated in California, incidents did, do and will happen. We can help to determine what test to be run and perform those tests – please contact us by clicking here.

• Agricultural Pollutants

Modern agricultural practices could pollute the soil significantly. The overuse of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers usually helps the grower to reach maximum harvest while overburdening the soil’s ability to break down the excess chemicals. Additionally, farm wastes, such as manure, washing and cleaning animals stock and its housing, creates not only chemical but biological contamination of the surrounding areas when no appropriate prevention method is used. Finally, unstable soils, slurry, debris, soil erosion containing mostly inorganic chemicals are reported to cause soil pollution. We are here to support your need to determine type and level of pollutants. Please click here to reach us.

• Biological Contaminants

Soil gets a large amount of human, animal and bird excretion which constitute a major source of land pollution by biological agents. Heavy application of manures and digested sludge can cause serious damage to plants within a few years. The improperly treated waste water from municipalities could source E. coli or other harmful contaminants into the food chain. Campgrounds, out-houses, animal farms, racing tracks, canneries, restaurants, could all be source of biological pollutions. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

• Radioactive Pollutants

Anything radioactive and not naturally occurring will be a radioactive pollutant. Disposal items could come for nuclear plant, atomic bomb test site, or factories dealing with radioactive elements. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

Delta Environmental Laboratories will provide soil sample collection and testing to confirm with test methods listed by US EPA SW846, ASTM, Standard Methods and local regulatory requirements. Contact us to help with your sampling and testing needs.

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• Agricultural Pollutants

Modern agricultural practices could pollute the soil significantly. The overuse of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers usually helps the grower to reach maximum harvest while overburdening the soil’s ability to break down the excess chemicals. Additionally, farm wastes, such as manure, washing and cleaning animals stock and its housing, creates not only chemical but biological contamination of the surrounding areas when no appropriate prevention method is used. Finally, unstable soils, slurry, debris, soil erosion containing mostly inorganic chemicals are reported to cause soil pollution. We are here to support your need to determine type and level of pollutants. Please click here to reach us.

• Biological Contaminants

Soil gets a large amount of human, animal and bird excretion which constitute a major source of land pollution by biological agents. Heavy application of manures and digested sludge can cause serious damage to plants within a few years. The improperly treated waste water from municipalities could source E. coli or other harmful contaminants into the food chain. Campgrounds, out-houses, animal farms, racing tracks, canneries, restaurants, could all be source of biological pollutions. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

• Radioactive Pollutants

Anything radioactive and not naturally occurring will be a radioactive pollutant. Disposal items could come for nuclear plant, atomic bomb test site, or factories dealing with radioactive elements. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

Delta Environmental Laboratories will provide soil sample collection and testing to confirm with test methods listed by US EPA SW846, ASTM, Standard Methods and local regulatory requirements. Contact us to help with your sampling and testing needs.

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• Agricultural Pollutants

Modern agricultural practices could pollute the soil significantly. The overuse of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers usually helps the grower to reach maximum harvest while overburdening the soil’s ability to break down the excess chemicals. Additionally, farm wastes, such as manure, washing and cleaning animals stock and its housing, creates not only chemical but biological contamination of the surrounding areas when no appropriate prevention method is used. Finally, unstable soils, slurry, debris, soil erosion containing mostly inorganic chemicals are reported to cause soil pollution. We are here to support your need to determine type and level of pollutants. Please click here to reach us.

• Biological Contaminants

Soil gets a large amount of human, animal and bird excretion which constitute a major source of land pollution by biological agents. Heavy application of manures and digested sludge can cause serious damage to plants within a few years. The improperly treated waste water from municipalities could source E. coli or other harmful contaminants into the food chain. Campgrounds, out-houses, animal farms, racing tracks, canneries, restaurants, could all be source of biological pollutions. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

• Radioactive Pollutants

Anything radioactive and not naturally occurring will be a radioactive pollutant. Disposal items could come for nuclear plant, atomic bomb test site, or factories dealing with radioactive elements. If you are unsure what you need to test for, please give us a reach by clicking here so we could discuss your needs.

Delta Environmental Laboratories will provide soil sample collection and testing to confirm with test methods listed by US EPA SW846, ASTM, Standard Methods and local regulatory requirements. Contact us to help with your sampling and testing needs.

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