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About Us

BTL Liners has designed, fabricated and constructed the most durable, dependable custom geosynthetic systems on the planet.

What We Do

In the 1980’s, BTL Liners, formerly Bend Tarp and Liner, recognized a need for a liner material to replace the typical high-density polyethylene (HDPE), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) liner products that have monopolized the market for decades. BTL Liners uses a stronger, thicker, double-scrim reinforced polyethylene (RPE) material. This competitive, high-strength product can be prefabricated and installed quickly, making it a cost effective alternative to the older types of liners like HDPE. This effort resulted in the creation of the PPL and BTL liners from BTL Liners.

BTL Liners began a series of expansions with the success of this amazing liner material. From our 6,000 square foot facility in the early 1990’s, we upgraded to our current home, which has provided us with 84,000 square feet of state-of-the-art welding and fabrication space since 2007. Our facility allows us to compete not only regionally and nationally, but also internationally. We’re focused on providing customers worldwide with high-quality RPE and RPP liners, tarps and covers.

BTL Liners has grown to be a leading supplier of geomembrane systems worldwide. BTL Liners has designed, fabricated and constructed the most durable, dependable custom geomembrane containment systems on the planet – protecting the world’s most valuable natural resources.

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Advanced Materials

At BTL, we manufacture custom liners made from reinforced polyethylene (RPE), reinforced polypropylene (RPP) and low density polyethylene (LDPE). Our RPE and RPP liners are stronger, provide better puncture and tear resistance, are lighter weight and have excellent UV resistance when exposed to sunlight.

Mission

BTL Liners strives to provide our clients confidence and peace of mind that our innovative geomembrane containment systems will more than exceed their requirements for containment, control and conservation of valuable resources.