Can geomembranes be used to help with erosion control?

Geomembranes are often used as part of erosion control solutions. While their primary function is to act as impermeable barriers for containment, they can also serve to protect soil from erosion in specific applications. For instance, geomembranes are used in the construction of water diversion channels, where they prevent water from seeping into the soil and causing erosion.

When used in conjunction with geotextiles or other erosion control materials, geomembranes can help stabilize slopes, shorelines, and embankments, reducing the impact of water and wind erosion. Their durability and resistance to environmental factors make them a valuable tool in managing erosion and preserving soil integrity.

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