In 2016, RSI Environmental wishes to reaffirm its will to promote the principle of circular economy, while improving its enviable track record in terms of sustainable development. This is how the company, with the support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, decided to partners with Agrinova, the center of technology transfer from the Alma college, in order to transform contaminated soils thermally treated in their Saint-Ambroise plant into a rich and fertile soil with high added value.
After more than 3 years of testing and development of their recipes, the top soil produced by RSI Environment stands out from the top soils available on the market:
• Give a second life to decontaminated soils;
• Avoid the disposal of contaminated soil in landfills;
• Reduces the use of natural wetlands and bogs;
• Sterile soil following treatment;
• Exempt of pathogenic agent;
• Free of any debris;
• Exempt of Weeds;
• Retains surface water admirably;
• Concrete example of circular economy and sustainable development.