Soil Stabilization Using Blastox®
Blastox® 215 is used for soil stabilization on contaminated project sites. Its smaller particle size provides more reactive surface which is beneficial when stabilizing contaminated soil stabilization sites. Due to the low dose rate, long-term stability benefits and competitive pricing, Blastox® 215 is an effective resource for many engineers and also project managers.
If the contaminated soil exceeds the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) limits, stakeholders should be aware that soil stabilization applications, such as Blastox exists that can be added directly to the soil to render it non-hazardous. This significantly drives down the cost of disposal as hazardous waste transportation and hazardous waste disposal are avoided, allowing for local, non-hazardous waste disposal.
Blastox® 215 Technical Data
Product Description: Blastox® 215 is a patented, fine granular, complex calcium silicate-based additive. It stabilizes heavy metals including lead and cadmium. Applications include heavy metal-contaminated soil stabilization, brass spent molding sand stabilization and furnace emissions waste stabilization.
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For more than 30 years, TDJ Group has assisted industrial industries in the stabilization of heavy metal contaminated wastes. More than 1,000,000 tons of industrial wastes have been eliminated using TDJ chemistries. Together, this minimizes the impact of lead hazards everywhere. Companies are realizing the cost savings and long term soil stabilization features that our chemistries afford. TDJ chemistries are the industry model for safe, cost-effective solutions for heavy metal waste treatment.
Our management & staff possess many technical degrees including PhDs, MBAs, MSs, BSs and CPAs. However, at TDJ Group, we never stop learning, which is why we have an on-going education program for our employees. This program provides continuing education units (CDUs) in specific areas like soil stabilization and encourages various industry certifications. Lear more below