SANIPOR® Environmental Aspects

SANIPOR® works with two environmental friendly liquid silicate grouts, made and supplied 

  • in the UK by Brenntag UK

These inorganic grout - injections form a durable silicate, soil-like conglomerate underground, chemically similar to sandstone, clay or glass. (inert/neutral materials)

None of the SANIPOR® components are toxic, mutagenic or carcinogenic as organic resins can be. They are hazard-free to humans, air, the surrounding soil and ground water. The complete reaction of the two components is practically independent from their mixing ratios or dilution with (salt- or ground-) water.


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SANIPOR® has been tested and approved by following authorities and institutions

IWS, Institute for Water Hazardous Materials of the Berlin University of Technology 

HY, Institute of Hygiene, Gelsenkirchen   

UBA, Federal Office of Public Health, Berlin  

DIBt, German Institute for Construction Technology, Berlin

Berlin Senate Council for City Development and Environment 

WRc, Water Research Centre, UK    


Under special - industrial - conditions

Industrial areas have often contaminated soils and tend to pollute ground water due to leaking water collection systems.

To prevent further pollution and partially remediate the soil in the surroundings of leakages SANIPOR® can be of great help.

It can -in situ- encapsulate contaminations. Toxic materials around leaks will be vitrified, and cannot be dissolved and washed away by ground water any longer.


The inorganic, sandstone like chemical character of the SANIPOR® grout is inert against oil, oil derivatives and organic solvents.

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