How To Save Your Infrastructure, Even If It's Next To A River (Video)

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Published: Tue, Mar 15, 2016


Tags: Erosion, Grouting, Infrastructure, Municipal, Polyurethane, Prime Resins, Soil Stabilization, Video, Water Permeation

Stabilize Riverside Paths, Bridges and Walkways

You can stop a road from washing out. Proactively reinforce the soil under roads, paths, walkways and other infrastructure using permanent soil stabilizing foam.

The foam resin is injected underground where it bonds with soil to create a permanent, solid wall underground to hold soil in place, prevent erosion and prevent damage on the surface from instability below the ground.

Polyurethane addresses the source of the problem therefore it is ideal for erosion of soil due to water permeation. This is a good option for:

The environmentally-friendly foam resin is injected underground where it expands, bonds with the soil and then hardens to form a permanent, stabilizing layer of solid, rock-like material inside your riverbanks.

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Head Office/Products
11571-149 Street
Edmonton, AB
T5M 1W9
780-454-2006

Municipal Services Division
22420 Dewdney Trunk Road, Suite 300
Maple Ridge, BC
V2X 3J5
604-424-9999

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