UK remediation specialists relaunch as Englobe

By Steve Ducker21 January 2022

British leading specialist remediation contractor Celtic and soil treatment facility operator Biogenie have relaunched after full integration with their Canadian parent company, Englobe.

The two United Kingdom-based firms, who will be known as Englobe, are combining their end-to-end contaminated land, soil treatment, engineering and environmental solutions under the new name.

Aerial image of Redhill Soil Treatment Facility and Biffa landfill area  restoration scheme An aerial image of one of the company’s soil treatment facilities

Headquartered in the south east of England, Celtic is one of the longest standing and most experienced specialist remediation contractors in the UK.

It has over 30 years of direct experience of solving a range of contaminated land problems, including complex contaminants, constrained site logistics and stakeholder challenges.

It has worked on more than 1,000 sites, including gasworks, petrochemical refineries, chemical works, waste lagoons, landfills, petrol stations, manufacturing sites, military sites and engineering works.

Biogenie will continue to provide specialist off-site treatment of contaminated soils and materials at its five treatment facilities.

Both Celtic and Biogenie will harness the expertise and innovation of Englobe internationally in addition to the continued delivery of excellent service to projects across the UK and Ireland.

Englobe co-president Alain Robichaud said: “We are delighted that Biogenie and Celtic will be continuing to deliver their award-winning projects and services under the Englobe name in the future.”

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