Geotextiles Articles

  • Comparing nonreinforced and internally reinforced GCL

    Water is one of the most destructive forces on the planet, eroding everything from continents to human-made wonders. Water is also a vector by which contaminants spread from landfills and other waste reservoirs. Therefore, creating effective water seals has been a top concern in construction. For many years, factory-fabricated clay products have been the barrier of choice against water and other ...


    By Agru America, Inc.

  • Quarry Park Fire Department Boat Launch - Case Study

    ArmorFlex provides a low-disturbance, economical and reliable solution to a flood-damaged boat lauch. Calgary’s 2013 flood caused extensive damage to infrastructure across the city. Fire Department boat launches on the Bow River, vital for emergency response, suffered a range of impacts. The Graves Bridge launch under Glenmore Trail was abandoned in favor of the Quarry Park launch ...


    By Nilex

  • Case study - Log storage handling yard

    The logging yard at Canfor’s Fort St. John mill is subject to the heaviest loading operations in the worst soil conditions. Saturated peat with a CBR Cat 988H loaders weighing more than 43,000 kg, heavy hauling trucks, and other mechanical equipment created heavy rutting in the soft soil. The logs, stockpiled in huge, 6-metre high stacks, suffered from large settlement, which further ...


    By PRS Geo-Technologies

  • 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

  • GEOTUB AT SABINA GOKCEN AIRPORT IN TURKEY!

    GEOTUB AT SABINA GOKCEN AIRPORT IN TURKEY! Our Turkish distributor ABS Yapı Elemanları provided #GEOTUB , the reusable formwork system in ABS technopolymer for circular and ...


    By Geoplast US Corp.

  • Guide to Better Geotextile Specifying

    Need Help Writing Geotextile Specs? Poorly written geotextile specifications are creating a host of problems: loss of valuable time, increased cost, lost revenue and in some instances, endangering lives. US Fabrics has interpreted hundreds of thousands of geotextile specifications. Our free guide will provide assistance for creating well written geotextile specs. In this ...


    By US Fabrics Inc

  • 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.

  • Geotextile Gravel Pavers keep lake clean in Denver - Case Study

    Denver’s City Park is an iconic symbol of the Mile High City. The oft-photographed park is home to the city’s zoo and the Denver Nature and Science Museum, as well as sports and recreational areas. In 2014, the asphalt parking lot for the Denver Pavilion inside the park was scheduled to be resurfaced. The city, with the help of StudioCPG, a landscape architecture and planning firm, ...


    By Invisible Structures, Inc.

  • Biological regeneration of ferric (Fe3+) solution during desulphurisation of gaseous streams: effect of nutrients and support material

    This paper evaluates the biological regeneration of ferric Fe3+ solution during desulphurisation of gaseous streams. Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is absorbed into aqueous ferric sulphate solution and oxidised to elemental sulphur, while ferric ions Fe3+ are reduced to ferrous ions Fe2+. During the industrial regeneration of Fe3+, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • 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.

  • Treatment of domestic greywater by geotextile filter and intermittent sand filtration bioreactor

    Intermittent sand filtration (ISF) is an efficient system for treatment of greywater; however, the high quality of effluent and the simple set-up contrast with the high failure rate due to clogging of surface layers. The efficacy of several polypropylene non-woven geotextiles (apparent opening size from 0.10 to 0.18 mm) used as primary treatment filters to remove suspended particles from ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Geotex® 4x4 used in Missouri slope failure repair project case study

    In 1993, flooding in an adjacent stream caused a slope failure along a 300 foot section of Old Highway 100 in Franklin County, Missouri. Many attempts were made over the years to stabilize the slope and roadway, and none were successful. Flooding caused the slope that supported the highway to give way and become hazardous. A porous concrete slope protection facing was used to cover approximately ...

  • Geotex® 200ST Fabric brings smooth travel to remote road case study

    Willow Creek Road is a 36-mile stretch of un-paved road. Cattle ranchers, vacationers and hunters use the road, but during wet weather it became a muddy, hazardous mess. The soil is a silty clay, and earlier attempts to use just gravel were less than successful. In addition, the nearest gravel pit is a three-hour drive, so Valley County Road Superintendent Wayne Waarvik knew he had to do more ...

  • Canal sealing with Bentofix case study

    After the first pilot project installation of a geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) in a 1 km long section of the Havel-Oder-Waterway in 1997/98, approved by the local German Water and Ship Authority a second project followed shortly after. In a 500 m long section of the Dortmund-Ems-Canal a newly developed innovative GCL was installed under water. The installed GCL was Bentofix BZ 13-B, a ...


    By NAUE GmbH & Co.KG

  • Capping of black devon landfill, Alloa, Scotland case study

    The area of contention was Black Devon, a pre legislative landfill of the old „dig and dump“ variety on the banks of the river Forth, outside of Alloa, Scotland. Alloa is situated at the foot of the stunning Ochill Hills in the county of Clackmannanshire and is close to the port of Grangemouth. The landfill had been accepting wastes over many years from neighbouring industries ...


    By NAUE GmbH & Co.KG

  • Great Island Tank 4 and bund refurbishment - case study

    Lining works to refurbish the existing tank farm secondary containment bund and HFO Tank 4 are ongoing at Great Island CCGT project. Lining Tech are contracted in to Balfour Beatty Ireland on this design and build project for the client Tank 4 Works Installation of 1,140m2 of 1mm HDPE leak detection liner to the floor of HFO tank 4 Fabrication and installation ...

  • Urban Stream Restoration: Standing Up to the Toughest Weather Conditions

    Project In 2008, the City of Altanta faced a large problem: the single-lane road that provides the only entry point to its SWAT team training center was likely to be lost completely to erosion. Although the road had been lined with concrete barriers as a stop-gap measure, it was clear that more substantial action was required to save it. Because the road is situated on a narrow ...


    By Thrace Plastics Pack S.A.

  • Dredging the Hunsingo canal with Geotube - Case Study

    The Challenge The Hunsingo canal is situated in the northern part of Holland in the province Groningen. The canal had to be dredged because the water depth was not sufficient for the ships coming through and the regulations with regard to the water-balance in the region. A part of the canal is flowing through the centres of two village's, Zoutkamp and Ulrum. In these areas there ...

  • Dewatering sludge, coming from the cellar of the Rijksmuseum with Geotube - Case Study

    Foreword: In 1885, the first National Museum of Holland opened its doors in Amsterdam. The architect Cuypers designed the building in a mixture of both Gothic and Renaissance styles. Since the opening, the original building has been extended by the construction of new wings, and changes have been made to Cuypers' original design. An ongoing project to restore the Rijksmuseum ...

  • Geotube technology provides solution for detroit river environmental cleanup - Case Study

    The Largest Facility of Its Kind Under Construction In the Country PENDERGRASS, GA —A simple idea in environmental cleanup is saving the taxpayers of Detroit a Substantial amount of money while taking care of an important environmental cleanup project. The City of Detroit Water and Sewer Department (DWSD) is implementing Miratech's Geotube technology at its Conner Creek ...

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