Leader sur son marché, ECT propose à ses clients du BTP de gérer tous les matériaux, déblais et terres excavées de leurs chantiers urbains.
Our environmental engineering department analyses the make-up of all kinds of soil (both inert soil and polluted soil). It identifies the treatment pathway and ensures traceability under the regulatory procedures.
We can therefore handle all kinds of soil. Inert soil goes directly to ECT's operational sites, but soil polluted with hydrocarbons is treated at ECT's biological centre at La Courneuve (93). All other kinds of soil are treated by third parties.
The great majority of ECT's sites where inert soil is used directly apply ECT's financial model for recycling soil by making a direct contribution to improving the quality of life in the Île-de-France region: Creating parks, sports stadiums, golf courses, noise-protection bunds and urban farms, making mines and quarries safe, and returning land to agriculture.
To benefit from our experience and our high processing capacity, which is unique in the Île-de-France. Whether you are a building company, a business in the construction & public works sector, in residential construction, the Grand Paris Express or working towards the 2024 Olympic Games, we guarantee you :
ECT gives businesses in the construction & public works sector a one-stop solution for all the excavated soil from their sites in class 3 and class 2.
The expertise of our environmental engineers is available for your sites. They support you by carrying out diagnostics, defining all the treatment pathways and putting in place a complete traceability process for the soil and materials from the site.
The high standard of operations on our sites means that deliveries can be made to most of them even in wet conditions.
Safety and rapid unloading are major concerns for our customers. That's why our teams work constantly to stabilise the discharge zones, where the presence of a technician adds to safety.
The weighbridges on our sites at Villeneuve-sous-Dammartin, Claye-Souilly and Baillet-en-France allow deliveries to be calculated in tonnes for the sites of the Grand Paris Express.
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