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Friday February 1st, 2019

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Laure Abdul, PhD in Materials Engineering, presents the concept of soil cement.

Given the backdrop of depleting resources such as sand and the saturation of landfills in Île-de-France, and due to the volumes excavated for this work, the idea of reusing the land excavated for new construction was very appealing.

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