SOIL,
PROJECTS,
LIFE

ECT works in a ‘circular economy’ of upcycling excavated soil from construction sites and public works.

Our work is based on two areas of expertise :

. Our Environment division identifies the treatment pathways for inert soil and polluted soil. It arranges the traceability of materials going to sites for re-use, recycling and treatment, and it classifies spoil.

. Our Development division works with communities and local authorities to find land-use development sites where inert and non-polluted spoil can be re-used. 

Our development projects help promote biodiversity and life. They take various forms: Country parks, replanting woodland, noise-protection bunds, solar energy parks, made-ground for agricultural uses, urban farms, golf courses, and sports and leisure areas and facilities.

OUR WORK IN VIDEO

NATURE IN THE CITY
To coincide with European Sustainable Development Week, ECT returns to the Arboretum Park at Moissy-Cramayel in the département of Seine-et-Marne. The Park was opened to the public a year ago. This landscaped area, which was entirely developed by ECT using excavated soil from nearby sites of the construction & public works sector, offers both natural space and places for sports activities and relaxation.
A video looks at the development concepts that came into play, and local biodiversity needs on a site where ECT has planted more than 11,000 trees.

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A PARK OPEN TO ALL: FAMILIES, SPORTSPEOPLE AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
The Arboretum Park, located at Moissy-Cramayel, in the département of Seine-et-Marne, was developed over a period of 18 months by ECT using excavated soil from nearby sites of the construction & public works sector. To determine how best to meet local needs, this park was a true eco-design project between ECT and the town of Moissy-Cramayel. It was a priority for the town council to make the park accessible to all residents, including those with disabilities, and the park is laid out with these people in mind.
A video looks at the way community needs were taken into account.

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