Newark, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/21/2014 -- Seidler Chemical recently released a white paper that outlines the challenges often associated with planning and implementing site remediation programs. Based in New Jersey, Seidler Chemical is a supplier, distributor, blender and re-packager of chemicals with more than a century of experience in the industry.
The white paper defines the reasons for site remediation as well as the most common site remediation processes and how they are chosen. Site remediation methods are based on the type of contaminant, location of the site and the level of contamination. Seidler Chemical reveals why some case remediation can be done on site and in other situations the contaminated material needs to be removed and treated elsewhere.
The white paper outlines the typical challenges faced by companies that plan and execute a site remediation project. Topic such as risk management and delivery logistics are covered as well as the process of meeting local and federal regulations for cleanup. Seidler Chemical also provides important information about assessment activity to determine the status of the cleanup after iteration.
President of Seidler Chemical, Richard Seidler, stated anyone can sell chemicals for remediation purposes but it is more efficient for companies with a contamination problem to work with experienced partners. According to Seidler, these partners should, “understand the challenges, and deliver the remediation products that are required in the right amounts, in the right containers, to any location.” It is crucial for companies to eliminate contaminants to be in compliance with local and federal regulations.
About Seidler Chemical Company
For more than a century, the Seidler Chemical Company has been a supplier, distributor, blender and re-packager of high quality chemicals and ingredients. The company handles the chemical and ingredients that assist with environmental testing and site remediation.
Seidler Chemical Co, Inc
537 Raymond Blvd
Newark, NJ 07105