True North was contracted to address fertilizer and pesticide contaminated soil that was discovered during the planning for an agrichemical dealer facility upgrade. The contaminated soil was within the footprint of their planned state-of-art mixing and loading building.
For the solution, True North was able to quickly obtain approvals from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection for the excavation and beneficial re-use of the contaminated soil by landspreading on adjacent farm fields. As a result of the quick action, the building schedule for the facility upgrades was able to be maintained. As an added bonus, True North was also able to find reimbursement dollars for the contaminated soil removal through the Wisconsin Agrichemical Clean-up Program (ACCP).