This page was printed from

Design of reinforcement geosynthetics in landfill piggyback expansion

Case Studies, Features | June 1, 2021 | By: Jean-Baptiste Duquet, Cédric Sarbach and Stephan Fourmont

FIGURE 1 Installation of reinforcement geosynthetic An operator at a nonhazardous waste storage facility proposed extending the facility’s life, within the existing perimeter, by vertically expanding the cells in operation to a maximum thickness of waste of 52.5 feet (16 m). This project is based on nonhazardous waste storage cells 49.2-feet (15-m) thick, some of […]


ATA members may login to access this members only content. Non-Members please click join now to review our digital content member option.


Share this Story