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New polyurethane composite expected to extend German North Sea defenses

October 1st, 2010 / By: / From Our Readers

Editor’s Note: This article and two interesting sidebars were published in the October/November 2007 issue of Geosynthetics.

Comment

From: David, U.K.
Posted: Aug. 18, 2010

U.K. farmers are being encouraged to partner with the Environment Agency to help maintain the sea walls that protect their land. Farmers may be licensed to undertake minor repairs. Repair processes need to be cost-effective, simple, safe to apply, and result in a quality repair. Elastomer may well be a useful tool in this process. Is it available in the U.K.?

Response

From: Ron Bygness, editor, Geosynthetics

Hello David,

Here are links to two Elastocoast applications in the U.K. and a source for potential availability of this product for you.

Thanks for your comment and question.

http://www.polyurethanes.basf.de/pu/solutions/en/content/elastocoast/Referenzprojekte/Referenz_Projekt_Holland_on_Sea_GB

http://www.polyurethanes.basf.de/pu/solutions/en/content/elastocoast/Referenzprojekte/Walton_UK

European Sales/BASF:
BTC Speciality Chemical Distribution Ltd.
P.O. Box 4, Earl Road
Cheadle Hulme
Cheadle, Cheshire
SK8 6QG
Telephone: +44 161 4885223
Telefax: +44 161 4866184

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