geotextile manufacturer Articles

  • Geotex® Geotextiles: A Life Cycle Costing Approach to Roads

    Subgrade contamination is the leading cause of failure in both pavements and unpaved roads. Aggregate layers used to support the traffic or pavement typically rests on a subgrade of sand, silt or clay. Without permanent separation, two factors will undoubtedly lead to the contamination of the aggregate layers—fine-grained soils will enter into the voids of the aggregate, preventing it from ...

  • Further developments in self-fertilising geotextiles for use in pervious pavements

    Geotextiles incorporating inorganic nutrients (particularly phosphorous) to enhance the growth of oil degrading microoganisms when geotextiles are used in pervious pavement applications have been shown to be effective in the past. However the cost and manufacturing difficulties have been a barrier to their use. A polypropylene random mat geotextile incorporating an alternative polymer additive as ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Monmouthshire Canal

    Terram Preserves Popular Canal As part of the reinforcement of the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal in South Wales, engineers have specified Terram’s specialist geotextiles and cellular Erocell systems to prevent erosion on a section of the waterway. The canal is a popular tourist attraction and engineers at British Waterways sought to stabilise the banks to preserve the ...

  • Millstone Manor Parking Lot Stabilization - Case Study

    Shallow utilities won’t get in the way of our high strength woven geotextile’s ability to stabilize this parking lot. Millstone Manor, an apartment complex located right next to the Ogden River at the base of the Wasatch Mountains, had been having difficulty stabilizing their parking areas for years. Due to its proximity to a water source and resulting soil types, the CBR ...


    By Nilex

  • Bus station wellingholzhausen, Germany case study

    Use of Combigrid under the bearing layer The old bus station in front of the school in Wellingholzhausen, Germany needed to undergo repair. The very weak subsoil caused to the growing traffic settlements in several areas. Additionally the subsoil and the bearing layer had an insufficient filter stability, which caused an intermixing of the soils and a reduction of the frost resistance ...


    By NAUE GmbH & Co.KG

  • Stream restoration and slope stabilization project case study

    ‘Gerber Legendary Blades’, a division of Fiskars, is a manufacturer of jack-knives for outdoors enthusiasts. The Gerber corporate headquarters was built in the late 1970’s near Portland, Oregon. The parking lot was built an adequate distance from the stream running through the property, and paved with asphalt. In the late 90’s, continued development of impervious surfaces ...


    By Envirolok LLC

  • Using Geosynthetics in Slope Stability

    The majority of slope failures within the geosynthetics industry can often be avoided with proper engineering and material selection. However, the factors that affect slope stability can be difficult to discern and measure. Soil thickness, seepage forces, seismic forces, gas uplift, geomembrane texturing, engineering and provision of reinforcing elements are only a few of the factors affecting ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Care and Handling of Advanced Enviro - Septic ™ Pipe

    Advanced Enviro-Septic™ (AES) is made entirely of durable, non-biodegradable plastic and geotextile fabrics, which enables the pipes to be lightweight and flexible for ease of transport and installation. This also extends system life, since there is nothing to break down or wear out once the system is properly installed. Although the AES is lightweight, the pipe is designed to withstand H20 ...

  • TenCate Recommends Alternative Testing Method to More Accurately Measure the Relative “Openness” of Textile - Case Study

    The Capillary Flow Pore Size Test provides a more precise representation of the openness of all pore sizes within a fabric. Geotube marine technology has protected shorelines, rebuilt beaches, and reclaimed land from the sea for more than 45 years. Geotube containment technology is a proven, cost-effective method for a variety of shoreline protection and marine construction ...

  • Gabion mattress deployment at former manufacutured gas plant site case study

    Project: Island End River Sediment Cap Location: Boston, MA Products: Organoclay Reactive Core Mat? Triton Marine Mattresses Background: The project is situated on a former manufactured gas plant (MGP) site located adjacent to the Boston Harbor. Previous remedial work included dredge and disposal in CAD cell and cap. ...


    By CETCO

  • Landfill Capping Systems: An Introduction to Options

    Geomembranes, predominately linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), have been used for landfill caps for decades. Waste Management World has noted how,” Generally they have performed extremely well but, not unexpectedly, there have been a few exceptions that have guided us in developing even better systems.” Currently, there are four commonly used options for landfill caps, each with ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Geotube Marine Technology Provides Expanded Benefits with Versatile Polyurea Coatings - Case Study

    Geotube marine technology has protected shorelines, rebuilt beaches, and reclaimed land from oceans for more than 45 years. Geotube containment technology is a proven, cost-effective method for a variety of shoreline protection and marine construction applications. TenCate, manufacturer of Geotube materials, develops and produces materials that function to increase performance, reduce cost, and ...

  • Former MGP site required a sediment treatment & erosion protection solution case study

    Project: Collins Cove Shoreline Revetment & Sediment Cap Location: Beverly, MA Products: Organoclay Reactive Core Mat Triton Marine Mattresses by Tensar Background: The project is situated on a former manufactured gas plant (MGP) site located along the Collins Cove coast of Beverly, MA. ...


    By CETCO

  • Save Time, Money, and the Environment with TenCate’s Geotube Dewatering and Shoreline Protection Products - Case Study

    Innovative Solutions in Dewatering and Shoreline Protection Projects SetTenCate Apart from Competition. As the world's leading provider of woven and non-woven geosynthetics and industrial fabrics, TenCate's" Geotubetechnology has been used to deliver high performance solutions around the globe in more than 50 countries. From proprietary software programs that assist with design and ...

  • Landfill Liners Vary by Application

    It was in 1991 that the Environmental Protection Agency promulgated its Criteria for Municipal Waste Landfills that set location restrictions, design and operating standards, groundwater monitoring requirements, corrective actions, closure requirements, and more for landfills. It was these rules that mandated that landfills be lined on the sides and bottom before waste is deposited and capped on ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Funding Innovative Uses For Scrap Tires

    Many States are cleaning up their stockpiles of scrap tires, but more roll in every day. According to the industry, each person in the United States generates one used tire annually. A number of states like North Carolina and Illinois are providing grants to stimulate markets for products made from scrap tire rubber, while states like Texas and New York are developing new civil engineering ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • What the Build America Bureau Means for Geosynthetics

    The Geosynthetic Materials Association anticipates higher demand for geosynthetics on the heels of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, or FAST act, and the recent addition of the Build America Bureau. The new group was created to support the $305 billion FAST Act, which provides long-term funding for U.S. infrastructure planning and ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Miami Art Museum uses Porous Gravel Paving to Mitigate Stormwater and Add Beauty

    The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) installed Gravelpave2 for stormwater mitigation, ADA accessibility, tactile response, and visual and sound aesthetics.  Imagine arriving at an art museum and having your sensory perception adjusted in the parking lot, even before entering the building.  That’s exactly what the architects for the new Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) ...


    By Invisible Structures, Inc.

  • Designing A Better Alternative for Post-Closure Care

    After a landfill has reached the end of its service phase, federal law requires owners to install a final soil cover and maintain it over the next 30 years. This is the traditional strategy that most landfill owners employ and represents a significant cost of business. When all the layers are tallied together, the capping and post-closure period can cost up to $400,000 for a small, 100-acre ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • TURBIDITY BARRIER ULTIMATE GUIDE

    TURBIDITY BARRIER ULTIMATE GUIDE Definition Floating turbidity barriers (a.k.a. silt curtains, silt boom, sediment curtain) are a temporary in-water sediment barrier consisting of a continuous geotextile fabric curtain suspended from a flotation device on the water surface and held in ...

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