COST EFFECTIVE TEMPORARY HAUL ROADS AND COMPOUNDS
SUSTAINABLE DECOMMISSIONING BACK TO ORIGINAL STATE
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY CONTAMINATION SOLIDIFICATION/STABILISATION
UNIQUE SOIL STRENGTH ENHANCEMENT WITH THE PATENTED GEOBIND SYSTEM
ENGINEERED SOLUTION FOR FOUNDATION, WORK PLATFORM, ROAD AND CAR PARK
YOU’RE ON FIRMER GROUND WITH GEOBIND®
Temporary haul roads and compounds
GEOBIND® is a cost effective, programme time saving, sustainable alternative to traditional haul road construction.
PILING MATS, Permanent roads and parking areas
Stabilised capping and non-frost susceptible sub base replacement for foundation, slab and tarmac works.
After temporary works, return soil pH and nutrient to that of the original DEFRA indices, offering full regrowth.
Remediate previously un-developable sites safe for construction with obvious commercial benefits to all parties.
Benefits of Geobind® over stone replacement and traditional soil stabilisation
REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS
A significantly reduced carbon footprint via an in-situ soil stabilisation process that utilises existing land, negating the need for mass excavation and large aggregate import.
FEWER LORRY MOVEMENTS
No excavation, export of waste material to landfill and does not use any non-recyclable plastic.
FASTER PROGRAMME TIME
Our efficient curing time of 24 hours in the summer months and 48 hours in the winter months with approximately half a km or 3000m² of haul road completed per day.
LESS AGGREGATE IMPORTED
Using site-won material as a single capping and sub-base foundation layer lowers demand for any aggregate importation.
GEOBIND® does not use lime – through our innovative decommissioning process and land regeneration scheme we are able to restore the pH and nutrient of the soil to where it was before work commenced. This has proven extremely beneficial to many of our clients and often gives them a significant advantage in tender applications. The landowner is left with the same fertile land they had prior to commencing and the local environment remains unchanged.