geomembrane monitoring News

  • How Long Will Geomembrane Last?

    Organizations choosing from among geomembrane products evaluate options based on vital factors including containment ability, stability, and chemical resistance. So it’s only natural that they should wonder how long they can expect their chosen geomembrane to last. The answer is a complicated one. Geosynthetics magazine has reported “how all PE, whether HD or LLD, are not ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • GTI contracted for multi-cover odor control project in Australia

    Geomembrane Technologies Inc. (GTI) is pleased to have been selected by a government-owned statutory authority in Australia for a multi-cover project. The authority conducts odor monitoring as part of its routine operations and aims to reduce emissions from its wastewater treatment plant. Its preaeration tanks needed to be covered in order to control odors at the site. GTI will provide 16 ...

  • Retractable Odor Control Covers Improve Access to Wastewater Tanks at San Francisco Bay Sanitation Plant

    The Vallejo Sanitation & Flood Control District is an independent special district created by the State of California to collect and treat wastewater, and to protect the Vallejo community from flooding. Since 1952, the District has protected public health and the San Francisco Bay by collecting and treating the wastewater generated by more than 115,000 residents of Vallejo and the surrounding ...

  • New Joint Venture Scoops Prestigious Castletownbere Harbour Contract

    EDI, a joint venture between dredging experts DEC NV of Belgium and remediation experts Land and Water Remediation Ltd of the UK is carrying out a €9.5m dredging and contaminated sediment removal contract for the Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources. The development, at Castletownbere on the southern end of Bantry Bay, will involve extending and upgrading Dinish Wharf and ...

  • Mexico: infrastructure projects report: environmental sector

    The growing population and economic development that have been experienced in Mexico over recent decades have led to growing pressures on the environment. Economic development and demographic growth are concentrated in medium size and large cities, especially Mexico City, whose authorities face the challenge of increasing and improving the provision of water and wastewater services. Key problems ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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