Multi-linear drainage geocomposites for railways

June 1st, 2022

FIGURE 1 Multi-linear drainage geocomposite under railway embankment In civil engineering, drainage systems are traditionally made with granular material layers and perforated collector pipes. The use of drainage geocomposites became more common 30 years ago with the development of products that met the specific requirements of each application. Moreover, the geocomposite is cheaper than the […]

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Western GeoSystems’ Jung now represents DRAINTUBE in the western U.S.

February 11th, 2019

Andy Jung is an environmental professional with more than 20 years of field work, operation management and sales experience. He has twice been awarded National Sales Representative of the year by two different organizations: Veolia and Clean Harbors. He has worked in the geosynthetics industry since 2013. In February 2018, Jung started his own company, […]

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Afitex-Texel releases design guidance for protection from soil gas infiltration

September 6th, 2017

Originally published in French by Groupe Alphard Inc. and translated and updated by Afitex-Texel, the resource “Design Guidance Document for the Protection of Buildings Against Soil Gas Infiltrations” is now available. The document discusses DRAINTUBE™ technology, a product that combines geosynthetic and pipe technology. Engineers have used DRAINTUBETM on hundreds of projects around the world. […]

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