Salinity Assessments are often conducted to determine whether the salt in the soil could have an impact on a proposed development or asset. Salt can corrode concrete and steel and has impacts on plant growth if present in excessive quantities. Aggressiveness is a measure of the potential for corrosion to occur on concrete or steel structures. Soil aggressiveness is generally determined by analysing the pH, conductivity, and presence of chlorides and sulfates within surrounding soils.
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