EcoSoil’s revolutionary non-petroleum, synthetic fluid properties control dust in the most extreme and intense-use situations by “wetting out” any soil or aggregate to create a long-term, re-workable solution that coats and agglomerates particulates, weighing them down, like water, without evaporating or freezing.
EcoAnchor is the premiere product for erosion control. Upon curing, EcoAnchor bonds soil particles together to create an environmentally sensitive barrier. By creating a three dimensional network structure in the upper 1-2 centimeters of soil, EcoAnchor strengthens the surface of the earth and reduces the turbidity of the soil run-off by keeping the soil particles in place. A reduction in the soil’s permeability also prevents water erosion, however, EcoAnchor’s unique surface structure lets moisture and oxygen permeate through the structure. This allows moisture to be held longer and protects the soil and plants from rapid dehydration. From slope erosion and sediment control to dust control and parks and recreation projects, EcoAnchor outperforms traditional methods, including erosion blankets—and it does so at a fraction of the cost. Unlike mulch applications, EcoAnchor will not sheet off, but instead adheres to the soil.
The technology behind LandLoc’s EcoHaul has been used on roads the world over. When worked into lifts, EcoHaul penetrates the soil, bonding the soil particles and cementing them into place. Treated areas are resilient to wear and tear as EcoHaul’s unique elasticity ensures surfaces will survive heavy traffic, heavy loads, rain, snow and any other conditions that cause deterioration. When applied to an industrial road, EcoHaul improves visibility, which makes the road safer. EcoHaul, eliminates the use of water, prevents equipment damage due to dust, reduces tire tread wear due to poor road conditions and ultimately increases the overall productivity rates of the road. When used with on-site material, EcoHaul increases compaction, reduces soil permeability, creates a dust free surface and increases traction even when wet. EcoHaul has been effectively used as a sub-base for roads—allowing existing soils and sands that would normally have no load bearing capabilities, to be used for roads, parking lots, trails and other heavy traffic areas—all at a fraction of the cost of traditional asphalt construction.