Outside of road stabilization, there are many different applications for soil stabilization. In fact, we can see an increase in the use of anti-roll bars for off-road projects around the world.
Logistics is critical to the mining industry as unstable road conditions can lead to work stoppages which can have a significant impact on schedules and budgets. Modern soil stabilization technology requires minimal waiting time before roads or parking lots can be used.
In this case, stabilizers can help prevent water pollution and soil loss and can be used in agriculture, land development or construction.
Since many of the world's mines and logging sites are located in very remote and semi-natural areas, special attention must be paid to the various processes and products. For this application it is very important that all soil stabilizers used are 100% environmentally friendly and pollute the environment as little as possible.
Lead contamination of soil is common in many cities across the United States, along with man-made organic products such as oil and fertilizers. Although soil remediation techniques exist to break down organic pollutants in the soil, removing toxic metals such as lead, arsenic and mercury is not that simple.
In urban rehabilitation projects, soil remediation involves removing contaminated soil from the soil and treating it by chemical processes. However, this is too expensive for most private properties.
Sunflowers accumulate lead as they grow, so be careful not to eat the seeds. After the plants were cut and destroyed, fresh soil measurements were taken to measure the lead content. The results so far have been very promising; Each sunflower harvest releases a little more lead from the soil.