What is the Function of Geomembrane?
Geomembranes are giant impermeable membranes made of (un)reinforced polymeric materials and used to stabilize earth and to secure landfills ensuring containment of hazardous or municipal wastes and their leachates.
What's Geomembrane and how is it used?
Geomembranes are being used in environmental, hydraulic, transportation, and oil and gas applications as well as the waste industry. ... As liners for waste liquids (e.g., sewage sludge), radioactive or hazardous waste liquid. As liners for the agriculture industry. As liners for various waste conveyance canals.
What is the difference between geotextile and geomembrane?
Geotextiles, just as its name implies, is made of nonwoven fabrics and mainly used to the consolidated subsoil. Geomembrane is made of high-density polyethylene, primarily for seepage-proofing.
What's the HDPE Geomembrane?
The high-density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembrane is the most used type of geomembrane in the world, especially for landfills and waste liquid ponds. The high chemical and mechanical resistance of HDPE associated with a low permeability coefficient and low cost of production are the advantages of this product
Where are the Geomembrane used?
The geomembrane are mainly used in the subgrade anti-seepage of the roads,railways etc and also applied to dealing with the leakage of landfills,dams,drains,tunnels and fish farms.