Omni Terrain™ brings the advantages of Omni Infinity Media™ to brownfields, providing site remediation, stormwater retention, and greening.


DUAL APPROACH

The stormwater retention capacity of Omni Infinity Media is significantly greater than typical soils, and can be used to manage stormwater onsite without expensive grey infrastructure. An irrigation system is added to certain Omni Terrain applications to aid in ecosystem establishment and resiliency. Omni Terrain offers two ways to cap contamination:

  • using an engineered barrier and applying Omni Infinity Media™ to vegetate the new surface.

  • using a single, substantial deposit of Omni Infinity Media that both caps and vegetates the contaminated site.

Omni Terrain with an engineered barrier

Omni Terrain as an engineered barrier


OMNI TERRAIN BENEFITS

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ADDED GREEN SPACE

Omni Terrain can grow diverse types of ecosystems: low-mow lawns, wildflower meadows, urban agriculture, wetlands, forests, etc, increasing biodiversity, open space, and natural beauty.

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RESPONSIBLY SOURCED

Omni Infinity Media consists of sterile mined and manufactured geologic material, combined with laboratory-grown biota. This eliminates delays due to locating clean soils, and ends unsustainable harvesting of native soils.

 

RETAIN STORMWATER

Omni Infinity Media retains significantly more stormwater runoff than other engineered media and many native soils. This increases on-site stormwater management and decreases costs for alternative stormwater management tools.

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REDUCE COSTS

Omni Terrain components allow for rapid installation with low-tech tools and minimal training. This decreases installation lead-time and duration, and reduces remediation cost.

 
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ELIMINATE HAULING

Omni Terrain allows in-situ soils to remain in place, eliminating expensive fees for contaminated soil trucking and disposal.

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READILY AVAILABLE

Omni Terrain components are typically delivered within one week of purchase order, reducing the wait time for fresh soil.

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