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Hydrock is a UK leader in the safe and efficient delivery of sustainable remediation schemes with a reputation for innovation, cost savings and delivering outstanding solutions. As the UK’s leading “design and remediate” contractor, Hydrock counts both the Environment Agency and National Grid as framework clients, alongside major energy firms and utilities such as EDF and E.ON and regeneration companies such as St Modwen.

With the in-house technical resources to deliver schemes through site appraisal, design, pilot trials, regulatory agreement and close out, alongside in-house site teams and plant resources to ensure safe and efficient site works delivery, we are all brains and all brawn.

We deliver contracts quickly, efficiently, and competitively to minimise risk and off-site disposals, to maximise material reuse and to achieve regulatory sign off. Working in partnership with you and your advisors, we offer complete targeted and value engineered solutions. From the simplest site to complex remediation projects, whether the complexity is the contamination in the ground, the logistics of the works, site location or the stakeholders, including community issues, we’ve been there before and solved the problem before.

Hydrock’s expertise and high standards are demonstrated by our appointed to prestigious remediation frameworks for: National Grid, Magnox, MOD, Wales & West Utilities and the Environment Agency.

Hydrock is a recognised leader in “sustainable remediation”, delivering industry firsts and working with CL:AIRE, the Environment Agency and WRAP, to maximise materials reuse and minimise cost.



Featured Projects

London Gateway, soil and groundwater remediation

Hydrock was appointed by DP World, London Gateway to carry out remediation works at the former Shellhaven refinery. The 1,500 acre site is being developed as the UK’s largest deep-sea container port and distribution park. The contract includes the operation of a soil and groundwater treatment centre to remediate over 200,000 tonnes of impacted soils to site specific target levels.