Soil Stabilisation


Ex-situ soil stabilisation is the process by which binders are used to geotechnically improve weak soils for construction purposes. This process in turn produces a viable construction material, suitable for reuse. Stabilised soils are often used as subbase for paving. Stabilisation increases the stability, impermeability, and load-bearing capacity of the subbase. While reducing the carbon footprint of construction and infrastructure projects, whilst reducing landfill levy's.

Case Study

Shannon Valley placed their trust in Terracon to provide them with a solution for soil stabilisation.

TERRACON MS60 Mobile Silo

This versatile unit can be used across various applications including soil stabilisation, RCC production, contaminated soils treatment, concrete batching & much more.

The MS60 provides a solution for onsite storage and conveying of dry bulk powders such as cement, lime & GGBS to onsite continuous mixing and concrete batching plants.

Featuring rapid deployment the MS60 can be deployed to site and be working within 1 hour after arrival without the need for cranes or expensive civil works or foundations.


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