As part our vision to become and remain a key player in soil and water remediation activities, Newpal has been in a long term partnership with RGS Nordic. Our partnership has created a formidable consortium which leverages on its firm collaboration to engineer and execute remediation projects flawlessly, and in compliance to global best engineering practices.
RGS Nordic has quality and environmental certification in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14.001 and Achilles JQS, and is verified under the EMAS regulation.
The study of mother nature and it peculiarities is one of the most fulfilling works of life. Environmental sustainability is a part of our core values, hence we indulge ourselves with activities that ensures that this core value is preserved. We have acquired extensive experience in ensuring that the soil surface is protected from run off due to water and other erosive forces even before they occur. In all our activities that requires intrusion into earth, we take proactive steps to ensure that maximum disturbance tolerance is not exceeded
Waste is always the end result of most environment activities. For soil remediation activities, our waste management methods employed depends on the pollutant involved. The hydrocarbon wastes produced as a result of our remediation activities will be collected at intervals in plastic drums/containers or liquid waste storage tanks before treatment in a thermal adsorption unit or an incinerator.
Newpal has recently received an award from the Federal Ministry of Environment for the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation project (HYPREP) Phase one. The project is currently in its first phase and Newpal has since commenced efforts to see that every project milestone is reached without delays or compromise to quality.
This site is an abandoned SPDC operating site with visible Well Head 06 accessible from the Kpite-Korokoro road (off Port Harcourt – Eket Expressway) through the junction linking the palace of HRM King G.N.K. Gininwa and the Korokoro community secondary school with the SPDC Korokoro oil well flow station.
Morbilization and site activities has commenced