Spark out Landfill Emissions with our Solar Flares! Hydromulch can provide your landfills with exclusive LSC Solar Spark™ vent flare technologyRead More
These easily installed, solar-powered flairs can be mounted directly onto any type of landfill vent, thereby successfully and sustainably eliminating the pollutant odours and noxious gases that are commonly emitted in landfill sites.
Posi-Shell Environmental Coatings offer you a series of uses when it comes to your waste management, erosion control and slope stabilisation. Read More
The unique, cement-based formula provides exceptional cover, control and mitigation for all major environmental hazard vectors associated with land fill applications.
When it comes to considering the bottom line, we at Hydromulch understand that the overall profitability of a landfill is judged according to the ratio of disposable air space to the landfill area coverage.Read More
The more waste you can compact into your landfill space, the better off your books will be. Every cubic metre of your landfill represents potential air space, which could be used to store waste. The value of this air space is measured by the weight of the amount of waste it can contain, and be paid for, on a per-ton basis. Therefore, the more waste that can be packed into a hectare of landfill air space, the higher your profits will be.
When you simply cover up your landfill waste with soil, you miss out on the potential volume of hundreds of metric tons of waste compaction, whilst spending millions of Rands every year on soil. Thanks to the Posi-Shell ADC system, not only will you be saving, but you will earn even more revenue by reclaiming unused air space for even more waste compaction and storage.
Furthermore laying down tarp surface covers is both highly inefficient and environmentally damaging, creating more waste on top of existing waste. Using natural soil covering proves to be incredibly expensive– revegetation alone will not succeed when relying solely on polluted landfill waste as a basis for growth, without any protection for the soil. What is needed, first and foremost, is a solid, binding coverage solution that contains the waste and manages its pollutant by-products.
Developed by the Landfill Service Corporation in Appalachian, New York State, USA, the Posi- Shell System is a spray-on mineral environmental mortar coating, which works quickly, efficiently and durably to provide landfills with daily cover, intermediate cover, erosion prevention and soil control. Because it is so durable, non-flammable and provides excellent, even coverage, it allows you to reclaim every square centimetre of existing landfill airspace, with zero-volume coverage.
Posi- Shell consists of a liquid base – such as water or recycled landfill leachate – which is mixed with Posi-Pak® P-100 fibres and PSM-200™ setting agent. It can also be further mixed with cement in order to provide a more solid and durable consistency, and can even be enhanced with recycled latex waste – yet another measure that’s better for the planet! Posi- Shell is completely non-toxic, non-flammable and environmentally compatible. The lightweight, easy-to-mix formula can be mixed, transported, applied and rinsed from the applicator unit in just one hour.
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Save space, save money, and reduce the encroachment of landfill pollution and disease vectors upon our environment, with Posi-Shell! It’s the advanced and eco-friendly alternative to soil-based coverage.Read More
Similar in texture to stucco, the Posi-Shell environmental coating system boasts a wide range of environmental management applications, including waste cover, air space reclamation, erosion control and land revegetation. We believe that, instead of simply covering the waste of your expanding landfill with soil, it makes more environmental sense to reclaim and re-utilise the existing air space efficiently, whilst effectively mitigating pollution and disease.
Posi-Shell installations help you reduce costs, increase profits and manage waste in a way that is kinder to the environment.