• Core Business
  • Water and Soil
  • Soil and Groundwater Management
  • Soil Survey & Management
  • Risk assessment

Soil and Groundwater Management

Soil Survey & Management

  • The land where we are, is being managed by a risk assessment.
    Risk assessment, which can evaluate the potential risk of contaminants to the health and environment, generally serves the information can be decided to confirm or estimate remedial actions, periods, standards etc. K-eco is managing the contaminated soils in properly through risk assessment
Risk Assessment Procedures
  • Submit risk assessment plan(Responsible Parties)
  • Conduct risk assessment(Responsible Parties)
  • Report risk assessment results(Responsible Parties)
  • Public notice & display(MOE & local goverment)
  • Verification of risk assessment(MOE)
  • Remediation and post management(Responsible Parties)
Target areas and chemicals of risk assessment
Target areas and chemicals of risk assessment list

Risk assessment area

Risk assessment materials

1. Where soil is contaminated by state properties

2. Where local government head is intended to remediate soil which was contaminated unknown responsible parties.

3. Areas proven to be soil contaminated by natural causes

4. Other areas prescribed by the presidential decree as when it is necessary to risk assessment

1. Heavy metals : Cd, Cu, As, Hg, Pb, Cr+6, Zn, Ni

2. Oil : BTEX

3. Etc : F

4. Other substances that the Minister of Environment recognizes as being dangerous to human and environment