How to Preserve the Resource of Fertile Soils?

How to Preserve the Resource of Fertile Soils?

10 March 2023

Friends, we present to your attention another publication of the project. Human activities, in particular the construction of roads and the organization of new transport hubs, are the main cause of land pollution and the loss of soil fertility. The food security of the planet's inhabitants depends on the health of the soil. Harmful substances penetrate groundwater and accumulate in plants, and then fall on the human table. As a result, soil pollution is associated with a decrease in yields and a loss in the quality of cultivated crops.

When developing its solutions, the project adheres to the principle of careful integration into the environment: transport should peacefully coexist with nature, and not come into conflict with it. This approach makes it possible to build string tracks even in regions with strict environmental requirements.

During their construction, land acquisition is reduced to a minimum: string rail overpasses are pointwise supported on the ground, unlike traditional transport communications.

A small area of land is reserved for tracks, earthworks are carried out in small volumes, thus the fertile layer is preserved as much as possible.

Thanks to the above-ground laying of tracks, the natural relief, landscape, and biodiversity of the area are preserved.

String transport is highly energy efficient: the rolling stock runs on an environmentally friendly type of fuel, electricity, thus its consumption and, accordingly, emissions from production, for example, at coal-fired power plants, are minimized.

Unlike traditional cars, string technologies do not use tyres that, when in contact with asphalt, emit harmful substances. Wear-resistant steel wheels and a specially designed track structure do not require track treatment at low temperatures – chemical compounds and de-icing salts  can be discarded.

Owed to all of the above, the soil resource is preserved, as well as natural ecosystems remain untouched, animal migration routes are not disturbed. The areas located under the string tracks can be used for agricultural work and for grazing. Lightweight and durable string-rail overpasses are suitable for construction in areas with difficult terrain (swamps, gorges, hills), and can also connect the banks of rivers and reservoirs without the need to build bulky bridges, organize coastal embankments and fortifications.

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