Specialists in Groundwater Containment Systems
Specializing in groundwater containment, Wolf Remediation Ltd provides low permeability, non-corrosive, FRP composite sheet pile vertical barrier walls.
Longevity and Quality
Installed in place of steel sheet, slurry, and other containment systems, our containment walls can provide longevity, with quality control and assurance that no other system can offer.
By providing an alternative, our customers benefit by having environmentally sensitive, and cost effective solutions for their remediation projects.
Incorporated with the most compatible sealing techniques, our barrier systems offer in-situ applications to contain toxic wastes, hydrocarbons, and ground waters with abnormal pH levels.
Our FRP composite sheet pile vertical cut-off walls drive into the same conditions as steel sheet pilings, and with the use of our Spearhead Technology Mandrel, our composite sheet piles can be inserted up to depths of 60ft with no damage to the sheets.
With our patented Sure Seal Technology installation monitoring system, we provide the highest level of quality control and quality assurance in the market today.
Our composite sheet piling vertical barrier walls form an integral component of remediation technologies and are used on sites across North America.
Our system is intended for;
• Acid rock drainage mining sites
• Landfill leachate containment walls
• Internal barriers and wing walls for hydro dams
• Dike extension walls
• Funnel and gate PRB systems
• In-situ cut-off walls
Wolf Remediation Ltd is continuously finding ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their products and services.
From pilot test drives at our corporate headquarters location in Kelowna, to independent lab tests, we are committed to finding the best possible outcome for our clients. Our team of talented technicians will design and build installation equipment according to the job requirements.
This all adds up to the kind of experience you would expect to receive from North America’s leading expert in the use of FRP composite sheet piling for groundwater containment systems.