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Everything you need to know about our decommissioning service

Over time, our decommissioning service has become synonymous with expert skills, knowledge, and reliable service. We don’t take our responsibility lightly and go above and beyond to ensure that no page is left unturned, or box unticked. Here’s more about our industrial decommissioning service and what you can expect when working with us.

Who do we work with?

At US Industrial, we pride ourselves on our extensive experience working with a myriad of different clients. However, we can narrow down our top clients into three main categories.

  • Factories

  • Industrial and chemical plants

  • Commercial Rigs

Decommissioning service

What does a decommissioning service entail?

Decommissioning refers to the process of removing and cleaning any debris and all signs of use from a previously occupied facility. The goal is often to return it to a new state, in order for it to be in a usable condition for new occupancy. US industrial decommissioning services include:

  • A Decommissioning plan

  • Decontamination and industrial cleaning

  • Monitoring and progress evaluation

  • Structural demolition works

For more on our decommissioning services and what your specific project would look like, feel free to browse our services page here:

The decommissioning timeline

Each decommissioning project includes various phases, which can all differ in duration. This usually depends on the specific plant or facility that needs to be decommissioned. At US Industrial, we also factor in the level of decontamination involved, as well as the necessary machinery required. Phased decommissioning and demolition works are often adopted, as with our project at Versalis Chemical Plant in Hythe, Southampton, to eliminate risk and disruption to the remainder of the facility and its staff.

What is the first step?

The first step towards a successful decommissioning plan with US Industrial is creating and establishing what is known as a ‘decommissioning plan’. This includes the scope of work produced as well as risk assessments and method statements. Furthermore, it researches and implements an environmental management plan as well as a site wastement plan, that ensures the entire process is researched, accounted for, and agreed upon by the client and authorities.

Get in touch with us here

We’d appreciate it if you get in touch with us so we can discuss the logistics, expectations, and details of your specific decommissioning request.


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