Geocells are honeycomb-shaped structures welded using strips of high density polyethylene material. Also known as cellular confinement systems (CCS), geocells are used as a cost-effective solution for:
Soil stabilization and erosion control
Maintenance of steep slope surfaces
Protection of channels and hydraulic structures
Vegetation retention system for sustainability and minimisation of runoff
Upon installation on the ground, geocells are filled with soil. The interconnected polyethylene strips are flexible and expand into a three-dimensional, honeycomb grid. This means that the lightweight yet sturdy material conforms to surfaces effectively, while avoiding impact damage. Geocells can be customised according to sizes and depths, depending on the application requirements.