Scott’s Duro process is most effective when one or more of the following is present:
- The waste has high contaminant levels
- The waste is being transported offsite for disposal
Both the Duro process and Firmus process provide similar benefits by preparing mud and cuttings through solidification and stabilization to meet supporting load criteria and environmental closure criteria. The Duro process also immobilizes the contaminants to reduce their mobility in the environment. By recycling the waste to support loads over the pit area, the customer’s environmental footprint is reduced, the use of other construction materials is reduced, and the potential for future liability from the waste is reduced.
The Duro process is an excellent way to reduce waste handling and disposal cost.