Ambipar Response OSE has the resources to deal with soil and groundwater contamination, by both hazardous and non-hazardous substances. Our staff includes trained chemists, geologists, OSHA certified competent operators and 40-hour HAZWOPER specialists.

Our Process

Ambipar’s environmental remediation process begins with a thorough assessment of the site to determine the extent of the contamination. 

We’ll help you determine the necessary steps to take — including: Thermal Desorption. Excavation or Dredging. Ground Water Pumping and Treatment. Solidification and Stabilization. Soil Vapor Extraction. Bioremediation.  

We’ll then work with you to create — and implement — a remediation plan that cleans up the contamination in compliance with all relevant government standards. 

Erosion Control

For most of our clients, erosion control involves directing water flow leaving a work site, and controlling the contaminants it’s carrying. Contaminants including sediments, fertilizers and other pollutants.  

Controlling the water flow on land development and construction sites is critical to the health of our environment, which is why erosion control violations can result in huge fines. 

Our erosion control services include:

  • DOT Type A Silt Fencing
  • DOT Type C Silt Fencing
  • Sand Fencing
  • Tree Protection Fence
  • Hydroseeding
  • Permanent and Temporary Seeding
  • NPDES Monitoring
  • Straw Blowing
  • Slope Matting
  • Inlet Protection
  • Riprap Installation
  • Construction Entrances
  • Mulching
  • Wattle Installation
  • Fiber Roll

Over time, the control measures used to hold sediments onsite can erode or fill up — which is why we also provide scheduled inspection and maintenance services, making repairs and replacements as needed.

Erosion Control Credentials

We maintain erosion and sediment controls in strict accordance with the Best Management Practices Plan.  Our projects are installed by Qualified Credentialed Professionals in accordance with all state and federal standards. We have an equipment fleet large enough to handle practically any erosion control projects; in fact, our teams have installed up to 2,000-plus feet of silt fencing in a single work day.

Clients Served Include

Ambipar Response OSE has successfully completed ALDOT erosion control projects across the southeast. Below are a few of the clients we’ve served: 

  • Stone & Sons
  • Wiregrass Construction Company
  • Carcel & G Construction
  • Bulls Construction
  • Walker Patton Company
  • Good Hope Contracting. 
Contaminated Soil Removal

Ambipar Response OSE has the experience, expertise and equipment to handle contaminated soil removal projects of nearly any size. Projects which include excavating, transporting and disposing-of soil. 

We maintain relationships with numerous disposal and recycling companies. We’re familiar with their capabilities and approval requirements, ensuring smooth and efficient working relationships — from the initial approval process through receipt of final documentation.

Once we’ve fully decontaminated a site, we can also restore it — by backfilling and laying sod. 

Clients Served Include

  • Parson
  • CB&I (formerly Shaw)
  • United States Navy
  • United States Army Corps of Engineers.


Stream Restoration

Ambipar Response OSE has implemented stream restoration projects with landscape architects and engineers throughout the US. 

We have experience diverting and working in live stream settings, and on remote sites. We own and operate a fleet of heavy equipment and have experienced operators & project managers who can handle any size restoration project. 

Clients Served Include

  • CAWACO R&D (Timberline Golf Course)
  • United States Department of Agriculture 
  • United States Forest Service.
Underground Storage Tank Removal & Closure

Improperly closed underground storage tanks injure and kill innocent people every year. Which is why owners of tanks installed after December 22, 1998 must meet strict EPA requirements when they close those tanks. For starters, whether you’re removing it from the ground or leaving it, the tank must be emptied and cleaned. 

Our technicians can remove all liquids, dangerous vapor levels and accumulated sludge. If the relevant regulations allow for your tanks to be left in the ground, we can fill them with harmless, chemically inactive solids like sand. 

We can also excavate tanks, removing all associated piping, disposing of the metal, remediating all impacted soil, and backfilling & restoring the site.