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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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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Essentials for Choosing Potable Water Tank Lining

The biggest consideration for choosing potable water tank lining can be answered in one question. Is it NSF-61 certified? Potable water tank lining requires this certification for liners used to contain water for human consumption. This certification ensures that the liner, as well as any additives or polymer ingredients, are...

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Wastewater Liners for Micro and Craft Breweries

Several months ago, we blogged about using liners for retention ponds at wineries. Based in Central Oregon, a haven for craft beer and home base for more breweries than you have fingers and toes, BTL Liners has completed liner project for a number of microbreweries. Breweries use a ratio of...

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