Reception of soil at the landfill
Our landfill is predominantly intended to receive slightly contaminated soil, KL. II soil. In special cases, we also receive clean soil, KL. 0 / KL. I. At the landfill, our environmental permit also allows us to receive soil with an exceedance of the cut-off criterion concerning Nickel and Arsenic.
Our reception criteria at the landfill look like this:
|Stof||Indhold i mg/kg TS|
|C5-C35 kulbrinter, heraf:|
C5-C10 Kulbrinter (benzin
C10-C25 Kulbrinter (gasolie)
- • In addition to the above, the content of contaminated substances in the soil must comply with the Danish Environmental Protection Agency’s soil quality criteria.
Soil may only be added to the landfill on the instructions of a municipal environmental or waste authority.
If there are inquiries about soil containing substances, which are not regulated by the environmental approval, it will be up to the environmental authority to assess the possibility of reception in advance.
Reception of soil from EU at the landfill
If there are inquiries about reception of soil from abroad, soil imports must always be approved by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency in advance.
For import, analysis methods, scope of analysis and results must be submitted to the environmental authority in Randers Municipality, which must accept the import and destination in advance.
If foreign soil contains substances, which are not regulated by the environmental approval, it will be up to the environmental authority to assess the possibility of reception in advance.
We are good at receiving very large amounts of soil. Up to 10,000 tons per. day. And we receive all year round – regardless of the weather.
Likewise, we specialize in receiving non-stackable soil. It can be sediments from basins, bentonite, drilling mud or just wet soil. Here too, we can receive very large quantities per. day.