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containment liner Applications

  • Water Containment

    Polymeric liners are prone to puncture by inclusions within the underlying soil. Thick, non-woven geotextile can be used to give protection to liners during installation. Often the upper slopes are exposed to damage and it is a good practice to cover these areas with a depth of soil which will sustain vegetation. Alternatively, a stone or concrete substance can be used to achieve a hard landscaped appearance. Our product will protect the liner from puncture whilst also providing a degree of slope stability.

    By Manas Geo Tech India Pvt. Ltd. based in New Delhi, INDIA.

  • Construction of Containment Structures

    Manufactured synthetic lining products have allowed for efficient design and construction of containment structures such as ponds, lagoons, landfills, tanks and secondary spill containment facilities, including vapour management systems. Because of the wide variety of project conditions and materials being contained and with so many liner types to choose from, the design and selection of the appropriate lining materials can be a complex task.

    With over 25 years of experience in geomembrane containment technology, Nilex offers design assistance, fabrication, installation and construction services for containment applications. The Nilex containment technology process involves compatibility testing and the consideration of facility design and climatic factors.

    Nilex professionals will work with the owner, engineering consultant and the general contractor to ensure the optimum design with the most efficient and cost-effective installation for the containment application.

    Learn more about our products and services for Primary Containment, Secondary Containment,Tank Lining, Vapour Management Systems, Installation Services and Covers.

    By Nilex based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Coal Combustion Residuals Disposal for Power Plants

    Coal combustion residuals (CCR) are generated during the power generation process and can include fly ash, bottom ash, boilerslag, and flue gas desulfurization (FGD) residuals. CCRs contain trace concentrations of heavy metals and therefore cannot be dumped or stored where rainwater can leach the metals. Liner systems can be used to contain the coal combustion by-products and protect them from leaching into the environment.

    By CETCO based in Hoffman Estates, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Protection and Filtration for Industry and waste areas

    Geotextiles enhance both drainage and lining systems in environmental applications. In the large industry of waste containment, geotextiles are used to protect and cushion landfill liners and landfill capping systems, and they are used as critical components of geocomposites such as geocomposite drains and geosynthetic clay liners. Heavyweight, needle-punched nonwovens are use as cushion/protection for landfill and pond liners to keep adjacent stones in overlying or underlying drainage layers from puncturing the impermeable liner.

    By Mattex Geosynthetics based in Dubai, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.

  • Geosynthetic Lining for Highway and Civil Applications

    GCL can be used in highway and civil applications such as at airport de-icing facilities used to remove ice build up on the surfaces of planes. During the application process, glycol-based de-icing fluids can leak into local stormwater runoff, potentially causing pollution. CETCO GCLs were found compatible with de-icing fluid (glycol diluted 50/50 with water). GCLs can also be used to line roadway drainage swales for containment and prevent excessive percolation, thereby minimizing potential for groundwater contamination. Another example of using GCL in civil and highway applications is using the liner to contain acid rock and prevent runoff from entering the local water supply.

    By CETCO based in Hoffman Estates, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Geosynthetic Lining for Mining Industry

    Geosynthetics are used in construction of various components of modern mining facilities, including process solution ponds, heap leach pads, stormwater containment, wastewater treatment ponds and closures. Harsh environmental conditions provide a challenge to engineers designing the projects. In addition, increasing environmental and cost pressures are requiring lining systems to achieve greater performance levels than ever. GCLs are rapidly becoming a desired component of mining liner systems because of the benefits they provide in cost effective construction, environmental compliance and process solution leak reduction. In weather-sensitive remote or high-altitude locations, GCLs offer far greater installation efficiencies than compacted clay.

    By CETCO based in Hoffman Estates, ILLINOIS (USA).

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