It is a pavement of natural aspect made up by:
- Existing aggregates or quarry aggregates
- Liquid binder
- Synthetic binders
- Specific additives
The most common uses are bicycle lanes, pedestrian paths, parks and gardens, greenways, rural roads, farm accesses, agricultural roads, forest roads and landscape.
- The treated soil acquires improved mechanical properties, increasing the durability of the solution.
- The soil will look natural after application.
- The solution generates a conglomerating effect between the soil particles and waterproofing, increasing the hardness and durability of the ecological pavement.
- Resistance to erosion due to traffic.
- Reduces dust emissions.