In 2001, EDL first developed its Mechano-Chemical Destruction (MCD) system for the on-site remediation of pesticide-impacted soil in New Zealand. Since then we have specialised in large-scale contaminant degradation with our technology registered and patented in parts of Asia, Africa, America, Europe, and Australasia.
The MCD process has demonstrated its effectiveness and adaptability by destroying a range of contaminants on a large-scale, from Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in soil to cementitious asbestos waste.
Projects have been conducted globally with range of international agencies from government ministries to the United Nations and Global Environmental Facility.
The international agenda toward more sustainable waste practices provides a platform for innovative technologies like MCD to exhibit its potential as an effective and commercially viable remediation process.
EDL is focused on delivering a sustainable remediation technology for the effective destruction of the most recalcitrant environmental contaminants which are difficult to treat with conventional techniques.
We are driven to provide a truly competitive system for the constantly evolving contaminated land and hazardous waste sectors, while continuously developing our systems to meet the demands of the market.