Recycling and recovery

In order to reduce the impact on the environment and the carbon footprint of the construction sites, the excavated material from the earthworks of the various programmes was treated on site (crushing, screening), then naturally enriched in order to be reused on the fairways and common areas of Terre Blanche, thus avoiding the use of quarry material and the transportation of semi-trailers.


  • Crushing
  • Screening
  • Over 500,000 tonnes from 2001 to 2011


  • Enriched with natural organic inputs
  • Mixed to form topsoil


  • Topsoil reused on fairways and common areas


The ancients shaped the landscape and created local architecture by using locally available materials and resources, as means of transport were difficult and expensive.

Unknowingly and naturally, the elders applied the provisions of the Grenelle de l'Environnement aimed at reducing unnecessary transport and the unreasonable exploitation of natural resources.

Terre Blanche has favoured the use of natural raw materials (quarry stone, marble, terracotta, rock wool, canal tiles) and, as far as possible, regional materials for its constructions.
Polystyrene has been banned as an insulating material to avoid pollution of natural green spaces and golf courses during the main construction period (volatile and rot-proof material).

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