IZOLING is the only proven soil created from waste where plants may root, start vegetation even in extreme condition areas such as deserts or areas heavily degraded by human activity.
Properties of IZOLING mass enable strong rooting of plants, which in turn helps to stabilize land, e.g. in construction of roads and embankments under the highways.
Economic effect - measurable profit for waste management plants (sorting plants) and creation of additional jobs
As the only material capable of greening desert areas with sand and dustiness
Scientific effect - allowing for a number of studies conducted in order to improve (optimize) and implement the IZOLING technology.
The introduction of environmental protection requirements in many countries forces selective collection of waste at source and promotes technologies and methods to recover raw materials.
Implementation of the comprehensive IZOLING technology is associated not only with the reduction of the costs of landfill operation and profits from the sale of IZOLING mass, but also with environmental education of the society on the segregation and management of municipal waste, and the technology itself, through its profitability, meets these objectives and can generate, at each stage of application, measurable economic benefits.
Municipalities and cities have their own specificity of waste, which has a significant impact on the process of introducing the IZOLING technology.
Improved waste processing efficiency
Extension of the lifetime of existing and constructed municipal and reduction of their operating costs
Usage of waste materials that are not recycled or used for other purposes
Creation of additional jobs at waste management facilities
Increase of landfill capacity
IZOLING can be used as an inert layer to cover municipal waste
Reducing volume of waste going to landfill by 30%
IZOLING can be used for reclamation of sludge wastelands
Significant reduction in landfills maintenance costs
Environmental education of the society on the separation and management of municipal waste
Contemporary environmental regulations enforce selective collection of waste at source and promotes technologies and methods to recover raw materials and energy from them
Scientific studies can be continued in order to improve the quality and optimize the implementation of IZOLING