A material for backfilling and underpinning,
to be used in public works

In the form of whole tyres, unflanged tyres or shreds, Géogom is a material specifically developed for public works constructions and infrastructures.

Géogom is a material that is characterised and tested by the laboratory IFFSTAR (Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées).

Environment

Regulations

Technical
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Economical advantages

Depending on the constructions and sites, Géogom can replace stone, gravel and polystyrene.

It is an abundant, local resource that makes it possible, by replacing stone and gravel, to makes saving of up to 80% in the CO2 emissions associated with transportation.

The material is inert, so there is no impact on the environment.

Géogom is a material that is characterised and tested by the laboratory IFFSTAR (Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées).

Géogom retains all the shock-absorbing, resilience and lightness properties of the tyres from which it is made.

For public works constructions requiring whole or unflanged tyres, it is the guarantee of controlled, homogeneous formats.

For structures requiring shreds, it is the guarantee of permanent quality control through regular, random sampling at the production sites of Géogom shred samples. Specific analysis software has been developed for this purpose.

The price per kWh of Powergom is 80% less than that of coal.

Stability of prices for constant, regular national production, with no seasonal fluctuations.

Aliapur offers its clients long contracts (up to 4 years), with no evolution in tariffs.

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Jean-Philippe Faure, R&D Director

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