REDLOG ENVIRONMENTAL LTD - full scale treatment

By: Redlog Environmental  09-12-2011

Full-Scale Treatment

In situ treatment of contaminated aquatic sediments has been successfully completed at sites in Canada, United States and Hong Kong.

Redlog staff and our Associates have the experience and equipment necessary to ensure that this highly-specialized contracting work is completed in a timely and cost-effective manner.


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