Landscape architecture projects are increasingly making use of Trisoplast. The reason? Simple. Unlike many other liner materials, our product – which is made up of natural constituents – can be moulded to substrates of any shape. This gives the project a natural look, without imposing any restrictions on the landscape architect’s creativity.
Trisoplast’s roots are in the environmental sector. From the very beginning, it was used as a mineral bottom liner for landfills and remediation sites. The mining industry, too, was quick to adopt this product. More than 90 percent of Dutch landfills are now using Trisoplast, and our share of the global market is growing steadily.
Trisoplast’s properties also make this mineral liner extremely well suited to industrial applications. These include tank terminals, waste recycling centres, disposal sites, water treatment plants and shredder companies.