Terreco B.V.

Terreco B.V.

Terreco B.V.

Terreco B.V. specializes in total polluted soil remediation for a fixed price. It uses unique soil remediation technology with a proven track record, that was developed by DSM.

Company details

Kerenshofweg 200 , Geleen , AE 6167 RD Netherlands
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Business Type:
Industry Type:
Soil and Groundwater
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

Cleaning up harmful pollution

Soil absorbs all sorts of contaminants that are often invisible to the naked eye. Quite a lot of soil is heavily polluted and therefore poses a health risk. It is vital for us to clean polluted sites without causing further damage to the environment. Terreco restores contaminated sites to their natural healthy state.

Terreco helps sustain life

Pollution undermines the stability of soil life and can even result in the elimination of all the soil’s microorganisms. Terreco’s logo is a stylized fossil and represents our ultimate goal: to help sustain life on this planet. The name Terreco indicates what we stand for: remediation of the soil (‘terra’) in a manner that is economically and ecologically sound (‘eco’).

Terreco’s main activity is the effective, sustainable and economical remediation of contaminated soil. The technology we use is designed to clean contaminated soil entirely through natural methods – we treat both soil and ground water exclusively through biological activity. This biodegrades the contaminants and converts them into water and CO2. The result is clean soil to which life has been restored.

Knowledge and experience

Our expert employees are highly experienced. In the 1990s, the Terreco founders were involved in developing this groundbreaking soil remediation technology at DSM right from the beginning.

Terreco uses a state-of-the-art laboratory for research into biological activity and remediation techniques. It has the full range of instruments for measuring pollutant elimination and degradation in the soil. We use our research results to estimate how long the remediation process will take and to take the right measures for the best possible results.