Soil Stabilization
Soil Stabilization is the process of injecting 
polyurethane foam into the ground to stabilize unstable soils.

What is Soil Stabilization?

Soil stabilization is the method of enhancing and improving the physical properties of soil by altering its composition, structure, and other attributes to make it more stable and resistant to erosion, cracking, and other forms of degradation. This process typically involves the application of various chemical additives or mechanical procedures to increase the load-bearing capacity, reduce soil permeability, improve soil structure, and increase its resistance to shrinkage and expansion. Soil stabilization is often used in construction projects to create a more stable base for buildings, roads, and other structures.
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