Less costs, shorter distances – excavated material can also be recycled!
Considerable amounts of excavated soil are produced every year in cities and municipalities during civil engineering work for supply or disposal. Due to a lack of landfill capacity, these are often transported over long distances and dumped elsewhere. In view of constantly rising transport and landfill fees, this is not economical and also not good for the environment.
Modern soil treatment by means of sieve classification or crushing
Thanks to modern soil treatment processes, there are now cost-saving and environmentally friendly alternatives. In appropriate soil treatment plants, the excavated material can be separated and treated by means of screening and crushing in such a way that by far the largest proportion can be reused directly on the construction sites. Only the non-recyclable residues then have to be landfilled.