The lack of roads and the difficulty in maintaining them make the already difficult task even harder, and to get roadbase material delivered was not a solution because:
- It was hard to get road base to this location
- It was expensive to get the amount needed
Thankfully, 10,000 acres of land comes with plenty of natural materials to work with, particularly sandstone. However, no matter how much materials they could collect from the location, without the machinery to turn the sandstone into something usable the stones simply piled up.
Here comes into play a mobile crusher BF120.4 and their Komatsu PC360LC excavator. With a jaw crusher bucket, the Wild Life Animal Sanctuary creates its aggregates and builds its soft roads, they can maintain their roads and save money by utilizing what’s already available to them.