Landfarming is a proven, effective, and sustainable bioremediation technology. Compared with traditional landfill disposal, landfarming provides clients with a convenient and environmentally friendly method of disposal. This method is also preferable to other options due to its cost-effectiveness.
Traditionally, when a someone needed to dispose of petroleum contaminated soil (PCS), the only choice available was to dispose of it in an approved landfill. There, the soil remained contaminated, threatening the environment and haunting the company with long-term liability for whatever damage the contaminated soil may do in the future. L&R uses natures own microbes to breakdown harmful contaminates into naturally
compounds, providing pcs generators with a final long-term solution with no future liability.
Our land farm has been in operation since 2006. We help clients end responsibility for their wastes. Let L&R work with you to develop a custom solution to your waste related-problems. L&R provides complete solutions for pumping, transportation, disposal, and recycling. L&R is a comprehensive provider of non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soil (PCS), organic and liquid waste collection, transportation, treatment and recycling services. We have a zero-infraction record with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
L&R has become a growing presence in the liquid waste services business for over 10 years, including the last 3 years where we have experienced significant growth. L&R currently conducts business in the Western United States. We have transload facilities to accept waste from all 50 states.
L&R has a new and well maintained 160-acre facility with 7 treatment ponds and over 60-million gallons of storage capacity.
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When we are contacted about a food waste (liquid or solid) stream coming into our facility we can test it and determine if it can be fed to livestock, (waste such as milk byproduct or onion peels), or if it needs special treatment.
If approved, the waste is fed or placed into one of our treatment ponds, where the liquid is evaporated. Solids remaining after the evaporation process generally consist of decomposed organic matter and are composted, thus providing a useful end-product
WHAT WE DO
L&R remediate PCS and industrial and commercial wastewater. We can provide tanker transportation, on-site storage, and pumping services. L&R specializes in eliminating liability for our clients. We do not bury waste like a landfill, we process and remediate material, allowing us to recycle and reuse the material eliminating future risk to the Principal Responsible Party.
Landfarming petroleum contaminated soils removes responsibility for the generator because the waste is cleaned up and recycled. PCS sent to a landfill is not remediated and presents ongoing risk to the generator if there is ever a cleanup action against the site.
L&R operates a Tier 2 permitted commercial treatment facility located on approximately 160 acres that was designed for the treatment of PCS. Utilizing landfarming technology, photodegradation processes, and bioremediation processes, L&R’s soil treatment facility have successfully treated over a hundred-thousand cubic-yards of petroleum hydrocarbon impacted soil. Our permit limits waste acceptance at the facility to non-hazardous or exempt PCS, including those wastes associated with UST’s, petroleum production, and refining operations. Waste characterized as non-hazardous by analysis can be accepted on a case-by-case basis.
The L&R Group is a comprehensive provider of non-hazardous petroleum contaminated soils and liquids, organic and liquid waste collection, transportation, treatment, pumping, and disposal services. We accept non-hazardous liquid waste such as grease trap, car wash sump, non-contact cooling water, paper manufacturing, and food manufacturing such as cheese, whey, and milk waste.
Petroleum-contaminated soil remediation is an essential environmental service that addresses the challenges posed by soil contamination due to petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, and other hydrocarbons. This form of contamination often occurs as a result of leaks from underground storage tanks, spills during transportation, or industrial accidents. The presence of petroleum hydrocarbons in soil can pose significant environmental risks, including harm to groundwater quality, damage to ecosystems, and potential health hazards to humans and wildlife. The process of remediation involves several techniques aimed at either removing the contaminants or transforming them into harmless substances. Physical methods include excavation and removal of the contaminated soil, while in-situ treatments might involve bioremediation, where natural or introduced microorganisms break down the hydrocarbons, or soil vapor extraction, which removes volatile components.
Compliance with environmental regulations and guidelines is a cornerstone of our remediation services, ensuring that every project we undertake meets the highest standards of safety and efficacy. Our commitment is to restore contaminated sites to their natural state or prepare them for safe redevelopment, thus safeguarding public health and preserving the environment for future generations