Using Geomembrane Covers for Anaerobic Digesters

Anaerobic digestion is a dynamic process in which bacteria break down organic waste matter in the absence of oxygen. This decomposition process creates a by-product that’s comprised primarily of methane, known as biogas. Without a method to capture this gas, it releases into the atmosphere as a greenhouse gas. Geomembrane...

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Strength of Geomembrane Liners | Is Thicker Better?

When comparing the strength of geomembrane liners and containment systems on the market today, this question arises, “Does thickness matter?” While logic may say it does, in reality, thickness does not equate to a better liner product. The geomembrane market is loaded with a variety of options for liners and...

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Common Applications for Geomembrane Liners

With BTL 30, and our line of geomembrane and specialized geosynthetics, BTL Liners has developed the most durable, dependable secondary containment systems available – and also some of the most multipurpose. With dozens of applications for geomembrane liners possible, let’s look at some of the most common. Geomembrane use in...

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Preventing Whales in Wastewater Lagoons

BTL has used geomembrane liners, including reinforced polyethylene (RPE) and reinforced polypropylene (RPP) effectively in wastewater lagoons. A relatively common issue in wastewater lagoons is the appearance of ‘whales’. Whales are large blisters of liner which have risen above the surface of the water. The appearance of whales indicates that...

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