Geosynthetics for Alaska landfill closure

February 23rd, 2022

Solmax provides a combination of geosynthetics for Alaska landfill closure project with multiple geotechnical challenges. Installation of geosynthetics at the Homer Solid Waste Facility landfill in Alaska. Photograph courtesy of Solmax Kenai Peninsula Borough in southern Alaska needed to complete phase two of a landfill-closure project at its Homer (Alaska) Solid Waste Facility. This involved […]

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Geosynthetic capping sealing system rehabilitates the Croatian Osojnica landfill

December 16th, 2021

The landfill will become a green hill that blends perfectly into the landscape of the idyllic coastal region. Installation of the geosynthetic capping sealing system inside the gabion wall. Photograph courtesy of Naue GmbH & Co. KG The Croatian municipality of Matulji is an idyllic seaside resort on Kvarner Bay in northwestern Croatia, 8 miles […]

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The GMA Techline

February 1st, 2019

Geomembranes for canal lining Q: Our company is an international member of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI). Our government is planning to line their water canals with a geomembrane to prevent water seepage into the soil. We have been approached by many to suggest the most suitable material with specifications to guide them in […]

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Case Study: Capping semi-liquid solids with geosynthetic layers

October 1st, 2016

Introduction A U.S.-based polyethylene and polyester resin/polymer producer recently closed a manufacturing facility in Wilmington, N.C. (Photo 1). The company hired an engineering firm to manage the demolition and removal of the expansive structures and infrastructure. Part of the environmental responsibilities was to also find a viable solution for closing a 12-acre sludge basin. But […]

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