Your 3Ha platform dedicated to the recovery of non-inert soils in the heart of the Lyon metropolitan area.


"Terenvie is an alternative enabling our customers to choose the path of the circular economy to recover their polluted soil. We guarantee that the materials entrusted to us are mainly recycled in the manufacture of Vicat cement, but also in the backfilling of former quarries or reused in road construction. We turn polluted soil into opportunities!"

Vincent Desroches

Director, Terenvie

The first platform for the total reclamation of polluted soil

The result of a partnership between SERPOLan expert in the field of pollution control, and the cement group VICATthe TERENVIE platform for recycling non-inert soil, is in line with the French law on energy transition for green growth.

TERENVIE, offers an ethical and ecological solution to all producers and holders of excavated soil.

The circular economy to rebuild tomorrow!

Soil from construction and public works projects is processed or pre-treated (sorted, transited, grouped) on the TERENVIE platform. It is then incorporated into quarry materials, partially replacing natural resources, to make the cement needed to produce concrete. This eco-material, which meets all current technical and environmental standards, is ultimately reused for reconstruction (buildings, engineering structures, roads, street furniture, etc.), thus creating a virtuous short circuit of earth from deconstruction to reconstruction.

Land re-fertilization

TERENVIE is also proposing the refertilization of this soil. For TERENVIE, this means contributing to the greening of cities and the fight against urban heat islands, by organizing a virtuous loop of local soil excavated from building sites directly into new parks and green spaces in nearby areas. This solution also responds to the scarcity of fertile soil and the need to reduce transport between deconstruction sites and greening projects. TERENVIE is thus extending its circular economy offering by manufacturing fertile soils from treated soils, in particular by rhizodegradation. These soils, derived from short circuits, replace the fertile agricultural land that we need to preserve, thus limiting the environmental and financial impact of transport.

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