The Fabricated Geomembrane Institute (FGI), in conjunction with TRI/Environmental, is offering a Feb. 21 short course, “Current Advances and Trends in Containment & Welding Technologies.”
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017
Time: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
9063 Bee Caves Road
Austin, Texas 78733
Earn: 8 professional development hours (PDHs)
Instructors: Timothy Stark (University of Illinois), Sam Allan (TRI/Environmental), Andrew Mills (Layfield), Pat Elliott (Colorado Lining), Cherie Lafleur (Texas NRCS), Gary Kolbasuk (Raven), Laura Storey (Plastatech), and Wayne Leger (DemTech)
Course description: Attendees will learn current advances and trends in containment and welding technologies for a range of applications including: (1) landfills, (2) cover systems, (3) leak location surveys, and (4) exposed geomembrane applications. Course attendees will learn how to design, specify, install, and test geomembranes for these applications. Course attendees will earn 8 professional development hours (PDHs).
For more information: https://fgi-austin-2017.eventbrite.com/