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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Three Factors that Determine the Best Insulated Floating Covers

Insulated floating covers help retain heat in ponds, lagoons and tank systems. This is especially important when the environmental temperature differs significantly from the pond or tank. In certain applications, insulated floating covers can be used to shield wastewater from sunlight and to prevent algae blooms. When it comes to...

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Airport Deicing Liners Improve Storage of Chemicals

Deicing operations at airports have long been seen as detrimental to the environment when it comes to the decomposition of glycol runoff. Airport deicing liners can help protect the environment and improve the collection and storage of these chemicals. When separated, glycol used in airport deicing operations can be reused...

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Prevent Evaporation Loss with Floating Cover Systems

As the world’s most precious natural resource, it’s important to protect the available water supply. Evaporation accounts for a large amount of water loss in arid climates or in areas with seasonal rainfall. There are many methods for water conservation, but in open ponds, lakes and tanks, floating cover systems...

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