58 North Washington Street
Plainville, CT  06062


  • Connecticuts only Low Temperature Thermal Desorber

We have a solution for all your contaminated soil needs.

More Than just recycling, we remanufacture your soil into a

certified clean product 

is your JOB at one with nature? let us help YOU BE GREEN.

If you want a quote for soil recycling, contact us.

Phoenix Soil, LLC (PSLLC) has operated a low temperature thermal desorption manufacturing facility since 1993.  In order to develop a facility which was better that the current "state-of-the-art" environmentally secure, thermal treatment facility PSLLC enclosed all of its active facility inside a negative air controlled building.  All of the fugative dusts and orders are kept within the facility and cannot excape to the outside environment.

From 1993 to now Psllc has treated all kinds of hydrocarbons including gasoline, fuel oils, MGP site residuals, non=TSCA PCB's and petroleum solvents.  The new permits based upon our compliance history, valuable experience treating over the past years, allow acceptance and treatment of virtually any non-hazardous non-TSCA contaminant amenable to thermal desorption technology.


PSLLC is the first treatment facility to obtain a Connecticut DEEP Beneficial Use Determination Permit enabling us to use our treated soil as clean fill throught Connecticut.  PSLLC treated soil is below the Connecticut Remediation Standard Regulations for GA pollutant mobility criteria and Residential Direct Exposure Criteria.  Psllc is the first totally green facility bringing Connecticuts's valuable resources back to full use.


PSLLC's is moving into our new facility at 58 North Washing ton Street in Plainville Connecticut. This newly purchased and fully permitted facility will once again contain all of the the active treatment and storage within a negative controlled 58,000 ft2 building.  The 16.5 acreswill ensure plenty of room for growth in the future.  The site is easy accessible off exit 1 on route 77 west off I-84.  This central location will cut down on the transportation carbon footprint within our state.