SMR Soil Stabiliser
Civil Engineering: EarthworksThe use of SMR in the Civil Engineering industry is growing at a rapid pace as more Customers come to appreciate the benefit that SMRs' flexibility offers by enabling the provision of many reliable solutions to exactly meet customer needs. Local availability means that Cut and Fill projects can take advantage of SMR Premixd stations, to spore spoil off site and recall processed material as required, instead of the more expensive method of sending spoil to landfill and importing fill when needed.
Case Study:Recycled Aggregates North West
OBJECTIVE: Construction of Temorary Haul Road
GROUND: Heavy Wet Clay
AREA: 475 cubic metres
The SMR Benefits
Contaminated LandSMR has proven repeatedly that it can be used to encapsulate contaiminants in contaminated spoil. This enables the client to re-use the existing contaminated spoil on-site by reducing the leachability of the contaminants in the spoil to safe levels. The contaminated spoil can then be used as a structural material that will actually outperform traditional backfill materials.
Case Study:Dean and Dyball Construction
OBJECTIVE: Construction of a Piling Mat
GROUND: Contaminated Granular / Cohesive
AREA: 4950 cubic metres
The SMR Benefits
D.I.Y & Builders MarketThe benefits for customers in the DIY and Builders market are huge. Customers in this sector generally purchase quarried aggregate at a far higher price than the civil engineering and utility market because, in general, there are not the same economies of scale. This means that for every tonne of material there is an even bigger cost saving to be realised.
SMR applications include
The Utility MarketWaste Management is now high on the agenda as one of the most important cost issues in the Utility Industry todsay. With the number of landfill sites decreasing rapidly and the cost of tipping at landfill increasing at an even faster rate, Utility Companies and their Contractors are keen to make use of all new recycling technologies.
SMR is pioneering this change and has developed a number of techniques to meet the needs of the Utility Industry in gaining waste management compliance, lowering their carbon footprint, and in most cases reducing costs.