Greenager + has taken on a new challenge

As product developer of Genk-based Bioterra, Greenager + has taken on a new challenge;

From Tuesday, May 2, 2022, the first ships carrying 6,000 tons of PFOS-contaminated soil from the Willebroek neighborhood of De Nayer.will dock at Genk South, at our client BIoterra…
Greenager +; as the firm’s external innovaton driver has been requested to work on this and give this sand a second life.

Beyond using it in a traditional screed, the intention is to use it to make bike paths with more climate-friendly cement, the purified sand and also 100% recycle gravel.

Source: HBVL

6,000 tons of PFOS soil from Willebroek recycled in Genk: “Why not turn it into bike paths?”

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