BIO-CEMENTATION AT THE SERVICE OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
We produce and apply innovative and sustainable binder products based on biomineralization to support development projects get closer to net-zero.
SUSTAINABILITY AT THE HEART OF OUR FOCUS
Current stabilization solutions based on cement and petrochemicals have a residual and lasting effect on natural reserves and groundwater quality. They require energy-intensive and CO2- and NOx-emitting operations and often lead to vibrations and the risk of heaving or settling.
Our unique solutions offer high structural performance with a significantly better environmental impact compared to traditional methods.
at least 55% less CO2 emissions
preserving soil and groundwater quality
applicable with minimally invasive drilling
Natural hazards and extreme conditions
In order to secure critical infrastructure from such phenomena, it is essential to use binder products that render foundations and geologies more resistant, thus safeguarding new and ageing buildings against the intensified damage caused by extreme weather events.
Scarcity of suitable land
Urbanization can lead to a scarcity of suitable land for building development, and soil stabilization through the use of binder products is necessary to establish solid foundations for construction projects in challenging geologies.
Scarcity of landfilling land
Continuous underground development leads to an increase in excavation works, resulting in a growing volume of soil that must be landfilled, causing suitable land for landfilling to become scarce. It is essential to valorize as much of this excavation waste as possible to reduce the need for landfilling.
A complete and meticulous approach to each project
Our binder products are patented and demonstrate proven stability and quality.
We work closely with engineering consultants and contractors for optimal application.
The complete application can be done in a few days, without traffic disruptions or need heavy machinery.
Thanks to zero waste production and application, we reduce costs and redistribute raw materials.