Recycle Solids to Build Profit

Use your solid waste to build roads and pads. We recycle your waste into Inland Base Material (I-BM), an inherently superior road base that is less expensive and more durable than standard aggregate construction materials.
  • Inland base material is water-repellent, which translates into a more durable road with a longer lifetime.
  • Inland base material is stronger than traditional road materials. Six inches of Inland base material provides the strength of nine inches of aggregate. This cuts construction time and costs.
  • Inland base material’s flexibility and high compressive strength prevents cracking over time, which translates into a longer lifetime with far less maintenence.
  • Inland base material is a truly green solution, certified by the Texas Railroad Commission, TxDOT, and thc State Comptroller as a recycled product. lt is fully compliant with guidelines for recycling nonhazardous recyclable materials.
  • Because Inland base material is a recycled product made from your oil & gas wastes, it eliminates the liability of the waste material. This can translate into big savings by recycling your solids to build profit.

Proven Performance

Roadbase Proven Performance

County Road 14Colorado County

  • Reduced road maintenance cost 35%
  • Surface has not washed out since installation. No negative impact to road surface during Tropical Storm Allison flooding
  • Area counties are scheduling road maintenance and construction around the availability of Inland roadbase

Roadbase Installation

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Case Study – Road Base

Roadbase Case Study 1
Typical Condition before Inland

County Road 14Colorado County

  • County audited 500 trucks per day
  • High annual maintenance cost
  • Heavy rains and flooding wash out surface
Roadbase Case Study 2
Typical Condition after Inland 14 months of use

County Road 14Colorado County

  • Reduced road maintenance cost 35%
  • Surface has not washed out since installation. No negative impact to road surface during Tropical Storm Allison flooding
  • Area counties are scheduling road maintenance and construction around the availability of Inland roadbase

Case Study – Sub Base

Case Study Sub-base

County Road 451Wharton County

  • Used Inland road base as a sub base for asphalt road
  • Preferred by county over rock,as sub base, for asphalted road construction

Case Study – Fish Farm

Case Study Fish Farm
  • Road base was used for water dam material in a sport fishing operation
  • Created a series of 5 gravity cascading lakes
  • Barriers between 3 of the lakes were constructed with road base material; 2 were constructed with virgin clay
  • During heavy rains in May/June 2004, lake overflows washed out the clay barriers, flooding the rest of the system
  • Overflow on the roadbase barriers showed no washing out effect

Environmentally Friendly

Roadbase Environment Friendly
  • Vegetation will grow in the recycled roadbase
  • Roadbase has been successfully used as structural fill in the construction of a sport fishing operation

Completing the Recycle Loop – Drilling Pad Construction

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