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Non-Destructive Digging

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Non-destructive digging

Also known as hydro or vacuum excavation, REMONDIS is an expert in non-destructive digging services and the safe disposal of the resulting sludge and drill mud.

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Why choose REMONDIS for your non-destructive digging?

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Our non-destructive digging service minimises potential impacts on the environment and is an effective, safe and compliant alternative to conventional digging without the need for digging permits

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End-to-end solution

We are highly experienced in the provision of non-destructive digging and can advise, then deliver the process for you, and dispose of the resulting waste

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Sustainably managed

With dedicated EPA licenced facilities in Australia for treating drill and excavation mud, be confident that your waste is disposed of responsibly and in accordance with local environmental standards

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What do you need to know about non-destructive digging?

Non-destructive digging, often referred to as hydro excavation or vacuum excavation, uses a combination of both high-pressure water and an industrial strength vacuum to first loosen areas requiring excavation and then suck up the resulting debris.

Non-destructive digging is commonly used for potholing or excavation around gas, water, sewer and telecommunication lines during repairs and maintenance.

Benefits of non-destructive digging include:

  • The process is unlikely to cause damage to infrastructure underneath the excavation site or to surrounding areas
  • Non-destructive digging is a targeted and controlled excavation
  • The process takes up less space
  • Results in less mess
  • Takes up less time on site
  • Because non-destructive digging does not require permits and is easily mobile, our team can service your needs both quickly and in remote locations if needed.

Who uses our non-destructive digging services?

Construction and Demolition // Major infrastructure projects // Government // Mining // Utilities // Telecommunication

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What happens to your waste?

What happens after excavation is complete depends on the nature of the material being collected. Uncontaminated material such as clean soil and grass can be returned into the excavation hole. Alternatively, we will take the resulting sludge to one of our specialised treatment and recovery facilities where sludge is processed, with water drained and fed back into the sewer system, and the remaining debris is treated and recycled or safely disposed to licensed landfill.

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