4 Photos - Jul 16, 2012
Photo: Sean Weaver, CEO of TechniSoil®,  has this large photo on his wall in his Redding, California office.

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It is one of the mines he has leased. Today he looks forward to going forward with revolutionizing the way roads are made globally via TechniSoil®  and Green Mile Construction Company.

They have just received their first billion dollar contract in Australia. But the work begins and continues in Redding, CA.Photo: Sean Weaver, CEO of TechniSoil®,  holds non-Pave container while sitting in his Redding, California office.

Blogpost about why TechniSoil® is expected to revoutionize making roads.

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They have just received their first billion dollar contract in Australia. But the work begins and continues in Redding, CA.Photo: Sean Weaver, CEO of TechniSoil®,  stands in front of a California map with tags indicating where they have product orders.

He shared that this is representative of states across the U.S. Home Depot is one of their customers. 

Blogpost about why TechniSoil® is expected to revoutionize making roads. http://bit.ly/Q33rE3

They have just received their first billion dollar contract in Australia. But the work begins and continues in Redding, CA.Photo: TechniSoil®, made in Redding, CA in Shasta County, California. This is how it looks once laid down. You will find commercial and residential applications for it in the links provided in the blogpost here. Think pathways, patios, RV parking, roads, driveways, etc.

Blogpost about why TechniSoil® is expected to revoutionize making roads. http://bit.ly/Q33rE3 They have just received their first billion dollar contract in Australia. But the work begins and continues in Redding, CA.