PVC Geomembrane Liner for Waste Containment in Wuhan - Case Study
PVC geomembrane liner is a kind of impermeable liner, which is widely used in the modern municipal solid waste containment system. PVC is an abbreviation for Poly Vinyl Chloride. They are installed in the side and bottom liners to inhibit flow of leachates and thus prevent the contamination of groundwater. Manufactured by the calendaring or extrusion process, BPM PVC geomembrane has high puncture strength and excellent abrasion resistance. PVC geomembrane liner is resistant to a number of industrial chemicals. Compared with traditional concrete, asphalt and compacted clay, PVC geomembrane liner has proven to be far more cost effective, environmentally safe, excellent durable, chemically resistant, fast deployment and easy transportation.
As part of the cover liner, PVC geomembrane liner stop infiltration and serve to control the gas following the closure of landfills. PVC geomembranes are increasingly used in the landfill liner systems because they can tolerate large deformation. The use of a PVC geomembrane liner prevents contaminants from entering groundwater sources or streams. In addition, it conserves potable water resources by preventing seepage.
Our Wuhan customer apply PVC geomembrane liner for waste containment project May, 2017. The Wuhan customer was satisfied with BPM PVC membrane liner production process, raw materials and product quality. In addition, we quoted them very competitive price. Finally, they signed the supply contract and construction service agreement. Soon afterwards, our company sent a professional PVC geomembrane liner welding technician to the site to assist in welding. Finally, he confirmed the quality of our lake liner, then he signed order with us.
Specifications of PVC Geomembrane Liner for Waste Containment in Wuhan
- Each roll size - 6m×50m
- Total quantity - 66,000 m2
- Construction period - one month