How we work

The following provides an overview of our approach to a typical project. It should be noted that work is subject to circumstances, site conditions and specific client requirements.


Our clients contact us following a site investigation that has revealed contamination issues on the site.


Soil and groundwater samples are sent to approved laboratories for analysis, usually using our in-house capabilities for maximum efficiency.


Our expertise combined with site-scale pilot testing and laboratory-based waste treatment trials ensures we can consistently alight on solutions that are economical, sustainable and, above all, deliverable.


Based on data compiled during the aforementioned phases, we can design remediation systems to suit specific site and/or client requirements. Unlike many of our competitors, we can operate and maintain the systems we design, offering you the best possible value for time and money and avoiding the logistics of dealing with several consultants/contractors.

Project management

RemedX's key account strategy uses dedicated account and programme teams to ensure that resources are always available to meet your needs, through effective and transparent communication.

Our approach to adding value to client/project includes

  • A vast array of environmental support services, including drilling and laboratory resources, enabling us to meet tight deadlines

  • Implementing efficiency-related performance indicators such as design cost to total contract value, reporting cost/time as a ratio of total site assessment and cost/schedule for an element of programme of sites

  • Involving solutions providers early on in the assessment process

  • Networking of technical experts from our centres of expertise in the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany to apply state-of-the-art solutions and shorten learning curves for new technology. This strategy has paid real dividends in the application of remediation technologies, new site screening techniques and site risk assessment, especially where non-aqueous phase liquids are present.