RPE Applications: Controlling Water Movement
Water movement can bring great benefits in many situations
RPE Applications: Ponds of all Types
One of the defining characteristics of reinforced polyethylene geomembranes is their impermeability to liquids of all types.
RPE: The Leader in Composite Geomembranes
A wide range of industries depend on high quality, durable, impermeable geomembranes, wherever there’s a need for dependable containment.
What's the difference between Geosynthetics, Geomembranes and Geotextiles
Polyethylene sheet products are regularly referred to using several different terms
How to Maintain an EPDM Pond Liner
Once your pond has all the finishing touches, whether those are underwater lights, a waterfall, and blooming plants
How to Install an EPDM Pond Liner
Once the hole has been thoroughly prepared, go ahead and install any in-ground equipment components you have, including skimmers, waterfall filters, or bottom drains.
How to Build a Pond: Sweat Equity
So, you have your pond clear in your mind’s eye, you’ve decided on the details of how your little oasis will operate
How to Measure for a Pond Liner
Once a prospective pond owner has decided to take the plunge and figured out important details like location, layout, and the best depth
How to Build a Pond: First Steps
A pond, whether it’s a wildlife pond, an ornamental garden pond, or a fishpond, is a labor of love
Why Choose EPDM for My Pond Liner?
Selecting a pond liner will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make regarding the construction of your pond
What Exactly is EPDM?
EPDM is one of the most popular pond liner materials on the market due to its high flexibility, ease of installation, and high UV resistance.
Why Do I Need a Pond Liner?
There isn’t much worse than putting sweat (and tears) into your vision of a beautiful backyard water garden
Top Questions about Agricultural Runoff
Agricultural runoff triggers significant problems that range far beyond the dozen or so yards adjacent to where it enters the stream.
Top Questions about Managing Runoff Water
Runoff water in urban environments can be redirected using dry streams, grassed swales
How is Water Recycled on Farms?
Agricultural recycling can be managed in two basic ways: a closed loop system, where drained or tailwater is directly recirculated
Storing and Recycling Agricultural Runoff
Drainage water recycling is a water management practice that captures water drained from agricultural fields
Collecting and Treating Agricultural Runoff: Part II
Two-stage ditches are a relatively new but highly effective innovation in containing and directing flow of agricultural runoff.
Collecting and Treating Agricultural Runoff: Part I
Natural wetlands fill specific functions in the ecosystem.
Managing Pollutants in Agricultural Runoff
Pollution caused by agricultural runoff is one of the primary causes of water quality issues throughout the US.
How Can Runoff Be Contained?
SCMs are permanent, engineered structures built and maintained to remove pollutants from urban stormwater runoff.
How Can Runoff Be Diverted?
Given the nature of very intense storms, it’s not always possible to increase natural absorption to the point where there’s not substantial runoff.
How Can Runoff Be Reduced?
We’ve discussed how excessive runoff can present major hazards to human lives, public health, infrastructure, as well as both local and distant ecosystems.
Why Should Runoff Water Be Contained?
With a large percentage of land covered by hard, impermeable surfaces like pavement, parking lots, buildings, and sidewalks, rainfall cannot be naturally absorbed into the soil.