Chemical and Fuel Resistant Liners for Secondary Containment

The production of gas and oil is on the increase. This is due largely to demand brought on by global population growth and emerging economies. Yet it is also one of the the most hazardous industries on the planet, which raises environmental concerns. The use of fuel-resistant secondary containment liners can protect the...

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High Temperature Liners Combat the Effects of Elevated Thermal Stress

Many different applications require high temperature liners that can contain heated liquids. High temperature liners may be required in order to preserve the integrity and service life of the geomembrane itself. Both reinforced polyethylene (RPE) and reinforced polypropylene (RPP) liners are rated up to 180 degrees Fahrenheit for sustained temperature....

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Hydraulic Fracturing Liners for Water Containment

In the energy sector, hydraulic fracturing has changed the way America mines for oil and natural gas. Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking for short, allows the US to tap oil and natural gas reserves that were previously locked away in tight-rock formations. Additionally, fracking can be used to stimulate new production...

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Containing Ore and Extraction Chemicals with Leachate Collection Liners

The mining industry uses water in a variety of ways, from mineral processing and extraction to controlling dust at the drilling site. Leachate, which is water that has trickled through solid mine waste, may contain dissolved minerals, extraction chemicals and metal ores. In order to contain this water and prevent...

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