eau décontaminée

Industrial/marine environmental intervention and management.

In this section, you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about La Société d’intervention et de Gestion en Environnement Industriel et Maritime (S.I.G.E.I.M.) et Centre Environnement C.R.

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What residual materials do you treat?

Waters with oil products:

  • oil (cutting, motor, hydraulic, heating, mineral);
  • light fuel oil and heavy fuel oil (bunker fuel oil);
  • oil numbers 1 to 5;
  • diesel;
  • jet fuel.

Waste water:

  • Water or sludge from treatment plant (paper mills, quarries, metal industries, etc.);
  • water or sludge from screens (garages, machine shops, shipyards);
  • water from chemical tanks cleaning.

Used products :

  • degreasers;
  • soaking bath solvent;
  • barrel or cistern residues;
  • cleaning of tanks and barrels.

What are the cost of a decontamination or cleaning operation?

All operations are unique cases. Costs are determined following an evaluation that takes into account the residual material involved, the work site, labour and equipment required, etc. We invite you to contact us for a quote.

Do you do septic tanks?

No, but we can refer you to companies who will be happy to help you.

Do you have vacuum trucks?

We have several tanker trucks, including several vacuum units, with a capacity ranging from 5,500 to 32,000 liters, which ensure fast pumping and safe transportation of contaminated water and oils.

What do you do with treated water?

Once the treatment is finished, the water is stored temporarily then sent to the municipal sewer system. To be able to send the treated water to the sewers, the water must meet the municipal standards as well as those of the Department of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight against Climate Change (MDDELCC). To this end, analysis are performed by an independent laboratory.

Do you serve the residential sector?

No. We specialize in commercial, industrial and corporate work.

Where are you located?

150, Damase-Breton Street.
St-Lambert-de-Lauzon
(Quebec) G0S 2WO

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