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Stabiltech Ltd
Acorn House
85 Wainfleet Road
PE25 2EL

• Save on vehicle movement costs - removes the
  need for material to be taken to landfill or the
  introduction of quarry-based products to the site.

• Save time - the process on on-site stabilisation
  can be achieved at the point of excavation.

• Save time with planning - often projects are
  held-up by the local impact of the project. If all
  fill materials are produced internally, the local
  transport movements can be reduced.

• Reduce your carbon footprint - road transport
  movements are significantly minimised

• Reduce your environmental impact without the
  need for quarry products and landfill


• The Stabiltech machine can work in a small
   job-site area and transport material to the point
  of discharge.

• The Stabiltech machine can inject water into
   the fill if required. With a capacity of 2000 litres
   of water, it produces a flowable fill with an
   on-board chemical injection system. Fully
   loaded it can produce twelve cubic metres of
   material in around 15 minutes - again, using
   site-based materials.

• Our Stabiltech machine mixes are controlled
   by computer. Once locked in, the machine
   will replicate the same mix

The WRAP Utility Contractor agreement was developed by:

• Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions
• Carillion
• Clancy Docwra
• Daniel Contractors
• Enterprise
• John Henry Group
• Laing O'Rourke Infrastructure
• McNicholas
•  May Gurney
•  Morrison Utility Services
•  Skanska
•  Turriff

What Can Be Achieved

• In 2008/9, National Grid recycled 74% of its waste 
  avoided 1.85 million in Landfill Tax alone or 9
  million in overall landfill costs.

• In 2007/8, Thames Water recycled 56% of its
  construction waste - doubling the 2006/7 recycling
  level and saving an extra 0.5 million in Landfill Tax
  or 2.75 million in landfill costs.

• EDF Energy increased excavation waste recycling
  rates from 18% in 2006, to 65% in 2007, and 81%
  in 2008 - saving 1.1 million in Landfill Tax or 5.5
  million in landfill costs.


Halving Waste to Landfill.... are you committed?
Waste & Resource Action Programme

WRAP in conjunction with a number of the major players within the utility industry have developed a suite of 'voluntary agreements'
to help improve the materials resource efficiency of the sector.

In November 2005, WRAP commissioned research to investigate the use of trench arisings and other recycled materials in gas and water company trenches. 

The research estimated that arisings from company's asset renewal throughout Great Britain was 4.8 million tonnes per annum, with about 2.5 million tonnes being landfilled, enough to fill the Millennium Stadium.

Strategy For Sustainable Construction

The Strategy for Sustainable Construction sets out specific actions by Government and by industry in England which will contribute to the achievement of overarching targets within each of the main areas covered by the sustainability agenda. It represents a commitment from industry to work towards reducing its CO2 emissions and its consumption of natural resources. The industry wide target for waste is:

By 2012, a 50% reduction of construction, demolition and excavation waste sent to landfill, compared to 2008. This target for England is complemented by targets to:

• Reuse or recycle 75% of construction,
  demolition and excavation wastes by 2020
  (Northern Ireland);
• Reduce business waste, including
  construction and demolition waste, by
  200,000 tonnes a year (Scotland);
• Move towards becoming a zero waste
  nation (Wales).