Contamination Expo 2021 a success for Green-tree Soils
Green-tech took a stand at last week’s Contamination & Geotech Expo and exhibited under its soils brand, Green-tree.
Contamination Expo, held at the NEC in Birmingham, is the first big trade show that Green-tech has attended since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their Business Development Director, Mark Wood, attended, and said,
“Absolutely fantastic to be back out there. It was well organised, plenty of space and we got a regular flow of traffic to the stand. It’s a bit of a different event for us, away from the usual landscaping exhibitions; Contamination Expo is perfect for our Green-tree Soils. We were in The Land Remediation zone which focuses on the diagnosis, management, and remediation of contaminated land. Our Green-tree Clean Cover System is a perfect remedial solution for contaminated land and was incredibly well received, with plenty of interest, so a good two days.”
Green-tree’s Clean Cover System is a remedial and effective solution for contaminated land, regeneration projects and the development of brown-field sites. It reduces the hazard to human health or the environment from potential contaminants found on these types of sites. By incorporating this Clean Cover System into initial plans, brown-field projects can progress with reduced excavation works whilst providing a long-term solution for the development.
Green-tree is a well-respected brand manufacturing and distributing a range of soils and growing media. Their products are all manufactured using organic compost and overburdened sand from quarries; products that would otherwise end up in landfill. Green-tree soils are used in landscaping and construction projects where environmental sustainability is important.
The innovative Green-tree Clean Cover System is a combination of manufactured British Standard topsoil and subsoil which are both chemically clean. The resultant growing medium is tested to CLEA requirements, with very low-level chemical metal and metalloid content and clear of asbestos content.
For more information visit their website www.green-tree.co.uk