Clay-based product can reduce road maintenance costs

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The Journal of Commerce by ConstructConnect featured Cypher Environmental in an article on reducing costs when using EarthZyme.

“There are three factors involved in building a great road, notes Hamid Mumin, a geology professor at Brandon University (BU), the first phase involves engineering and testing. The next step is assembling the clay, aggregate and polymers. The actual construction of the road is the final part.”

The article outlines our history with Dr. Hamid Mumin and our partnership with Brandon University and details some of our increasing work across the globe.

“We have had delegations from across Canada as well as overseas visiting here to learn about Earthzyme and study our results,” Mumin reports. “We are continuing our research and innovation efforts and are always striving to improve the quality and effectiveness of our applications.”

Check out the full article here.