Liquid Soil at a glance.

Soilrecycling ® – soilmonolith ®  – Liquid Soil

A new sustainable and innovative technology – Soilrecycling leads the way.

Environmentally friendly

The first steps towards Soilrecycling were taken together with a German partner 10 years ago.

With the increasing environmental problems with the disposal of excavated building materials, such as clay, contaminated soil, sludge, mud etc., we saw a need for Soilrecycling.

A joint Danish/German working group was set up, through which we have further developed the technology with 3 new mixing plants.

From the start, our main purpose has been to recycle building material for refilling – “recycling on site” aka Soilrecycling

We started by developing a concept for recycling the soil dug up when laying sewer pipes, cables, gas and district heating pipes.

More often than not, the excavated soil had to be landfilled because it was too clayey or contaminated and not suitable for backfilling on top of the excavated pipes.

It was filled up with sand or gravel that could be compacted so that settlements do not occur in road construction or other things on top.

In recent years, tasks involving the recycling of material in port construction, stabilization of construction sites and the burying of electrical cables have also been added.

The special feature of our method is that we are able to stabilize the excavated soil material, which makes it reusable for

refilling. In short, this means significantly reduced costs, minimal resource consumption and an improved CO2 account.

We work this method into several of the 17 ambitious UN goals for global sustainable development.



A new mixing technology that makes it possible to mix the excavated soil on site and stabilize the soil.
We significantly reduce the consumption of gravel and sand and streamline the workflow in connection with the stabilization of the soil on site.

The method is resource-saving, as we recycle the soil again

By reusing the soil on the construction site, we get a significant saving on driving and fuel consumption, as we avoid moving and driving large quantities of soil to landfill.

The method is CO2-saving


We call this process:



The finale mixed product is called