NHIS material being placed in a lined cell prior to compaction

Central Coast Remedial Resources, Inc. (CCRRI) specializes in handling and safely containing non-hazardous contaminated materials. CCRRI's management has an aggregate of 75 years of experience in working with the petroleum industry. CCRRI is headquartered in Santa Maria, California.

CCRRI has a long term agreement with the City of Santa Maria to operate its Non-hazardous Hydrocarbon Impacted Soils (NHIS) program at the Santa Maria Sanitary Landfill (SMSL).

Acceptable NHIS is utilized as a resource, not a waste, by providing the foundation layer material for the landfill closure plan. All NHIS is placed on an engineered LLDPE liner over a leachate collection system. The NHIS foundation layer will eventually be capped in accordance with final landfill closure requirements providing an additional long-term risk management advantage.

Our customers include:

  • Anadarko
  • Atascadero, City of
  • BP/ARCO
  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
  • California Division of Oil and Gas
  • Cal Poly, SLO
  • Chevron
  • ConocoPhillips
  • ERG Operating Company
  • ExxonMobil
  • Goleta, City of
  • Kerr-McGee
  • Lompoc, City of
  • Oxnard, City of
  • Pacific Coast Energy Company
  • Paso Robles, City of
  • PG&E
  • Plains Exploration and Production Company
  • Port of Long Beach
  • San Luis Obispo, City of
  • Santa Barbara, City of
  • Santa Maria, City of
  • Sempra (Southern California Gas Company)
  • Shell Exploration and Production Company Inc.
  • Tidelands Oil Production Company (A Subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corporation)
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Unocal
  • Vandenberg Air Force Base
  • Venoco, Inc.
  • Ventura, City of
  • Vintage Petroleum (A Subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum)
  • And many other industrial and commercial corporations


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