A sugar plant expecting to process 30 million tons of product was hampered by a muddy road. Midwest enabled the plant to maximize productivity with its patented soil stabilization technology and application.
Faced with a combination of limited infrastructure budgets and deteriorating asphalt, many U.S. towns and municipalities are choosing to unpave rather than repave their roads.
A network of unpaved roads connecting Senegalese villages to major cities and highways had fallen into disrepair. The Senegal Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport, Telecommunications & ICT contacted Midwest, which was able to provide a long-term solution to the problem in the form of natural paving.
Many predict that the recent Brexit vote will yield negative consequences for both the U.K.’s domestic economy and for the wider European market, particularly in the energy sector.
While gravel roadways may require periodic re-grading, a regular maintenance program that protects the strength and integrity of the road can reduce the frequency of grading.