Soil utilisation

Excavated soil does not necessarily have to be waste! For us, soil is a raw material!
We recycle your excavated earth in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way.

Soil utilisation

Auffüllung landwirtschaftlicher Flächen

Excavated soil does not necessarily have to be waste! For us, soil is a raw material!
We recycle your excavated earth in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way.

Soil utilisation

Erdbaron is committed to the sustainable utilisation of soil and construction waste.

We make soil and construction waste reusable and recycle it elsewhere. In this way, we protect both the environment and our customers' wallets.

By reprocessing, we keep soil as a resource in the cycle and fulfil the 5-stage waste hierarchy of the German Recycling Management Act.

 

Erdauffüllung mit Bodenstabilisierung
belasteten Erdaushub entsorgen

Clean contaminated floor

Unique process for cleaning contaminated excavated soil
After a long period of research and countless tests, we have succeeded in developing our own process for the targeted reduction of individual parameters. With the help of an on-the-fly process, we are able to reduce pollutants very economically.

Geogenic contamination with sulphate
Thanks to our cleaning process, we are able to treat contaminated soil with "sulphate" in a targeted manner so that lower limit values can be complied with.

Geogenic exposure to arsenic
In the case of geogenic contamination with arsenic, we can reduce up to 5mg/kg using our special process.

Save on the disposal of contaminated soil by cleaning it!

You would like to order small quantities (<100m³) Boden entsorgen?

Use our free floor exchange

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Excavated earth exchange

Soil utilisation ... the most important questions!

  • What does it cost to utilise soil?

    The costs for the utilisation of soil depend on the acceptance conditions of the corresponding utilisation measure.

    The so-called tipping price for the recycling of uncontaminated soil is between €3.00 and €20.00 per tonne, depending on the region.

    Supply and demand

    The tipping price depends largely on supply and demand and varies greatly from region to region. In regions with very stony soil, the demand for stone-free soil is high and soil utilisation is correspondingly cheaper. In regions with few opportunities for utilisation, the demand for soil utilisation is high and the price is correspondingly high.

    Installation class

    In addition, the prices for soil utilisation depend on the installation class. The utilisation of contaminated soils is more expensive because more stringent requirements are placed on the utilisation measure. Unrestricted, open installation is only permitted for uncontaminated soils. In the case of contaminated soils, appropriate measures for sealing or preventing the seepage of surface water are necessary.

  • Where can soil be utilised?

    The proper utilisation of soil is possible at all authorised utilisation measures and in compliance with the regulations.