Soil Contamination

MediTerra is an inspection body accredited by ENAC with accreditation No. 193 / EI349. It is accredited by ENAC under the UNE-EN ISO / IEC 17020: 2012 as type C Inspection Entity to carry out inspections in the Area Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Associated with  Potentially Contaminated Soils and Quantitative Risk Analysis.  

The MediTerra team offer their knowledge and broad experience at both national and international levels in order to find the solution that best fits the needs of their clients. It manages every aspect of the investigation from the elaboration of proposals and reports, laboratory and field work machinery subcontracting, contacts with local authorities to the planning and execution of remediation works.

MediTerra has got the specific tools and equipment to solve the issues arising from contaminated soil and groundwater which make every performance both technically and financially more effective.

The methodology applied by MediTerra is based on a progressive approach through various investigation levels or phases which range from simple questionnaires used to identify potential contaminated sites during Due Diligence operations to more complicated procedures used in the execution of remediation projects.

MediTerra holds the accreditation by ENAC as entity for soil investigation under ISO 17,020 . MediTerra is also accredited  as an entity for investigation and remediation of soils for all Autonomous Regions in Spain that require it (i.e. Vasc Country, Extremadura, Canary Islands, Andalucia)

MediTerra collaborates with various Environmental European Programs created with the aim to fight against soil contamination such as:

CABERNET (Concerted Action on Brownfield and Economic Regeneration Network)

NICOLE (Network for Contaminated Land in Europe)

Mediterra is a member of: