Hallaton Environmental Linings was contracted to provide and install a multi-layer geosynthetic liner system for a utility company in Kentucky. The final layer of the installed system was a fabric-formed concrete layer. Continue reading
Celebrating 25 Years in Business
As we come to the end of 2018, we want to thank all of our customers and partners who have helped us reach our 25th anniversary. We are honored to celebrate this business milestone with you, and we look forward to what’s ahead in the geosynthetics installation industry.
Supporting the Community
At the heart of our company is the desire to help others—whether it’s by installing liners to give neighbors clean drinking water, or by donating gift cards to serve critically ill children. For the second year in a row, we supported Casey Cares Foundation in Baltimore, MD. Casey Cares provides ongoing, uplifting programs to thousands of critically ill children and their families. Continue reading
In this season of giving thanks, we want to express our gratitude for all of our employees, partners, and industry colleagues. It is our great pleasure to work with you and provide award-winning services to protect the environment. We value your commitment to high standards and your creativity to innovate with turnkey solutions. We are very grateful for your hard work and efforts.
Just like the early pioneers who celebrated the first harvest festival in America, we are thankful for the land’s bounty. Wishing everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving as you enjoy feasting with family and friends.
On this Veterans Day 2018, which also marks the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, we thank everyone who has served in the U.S. military.
We appreciate your selfless service to protect our nation’s freedom. We are inspired by your dedication to defend and fight for our country’s people.
Many thanks to all of our troops and veterans for your courageous commitment and heroic fortitude. You have given your best to serve America. As fellow stewards of this land and heritage, we salute you.
If you see a Hallaton crew at a golf course, it might be because we’re installing liner for their ornamental pond. But when it comes time for the NWRA annual golf tournament, we’re out there hitting the irons—and trying to avoid those ponds.
Golf Tournament Winners
For the first time, out of the many years that we’ve played in this event, Hallaton’s team won the tournament with a score of -14. Our winning team has the honor of displaying the event trophy at our office for the year. Continue reading
Hallaton representatives Courtney McGee and Mike Joslin attended WASTECON 2018, which was held in Nashville, TN from August 20–23, 2018. This annual conference provided wonderful opportunities for networking and learning the latest in the industry.
Check out the WASTECON 2018 highlight reel:
From Landfill to Athletic Field
In 2012, Loyola University Maryland clinched the NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse National Championship. The triumphant team brought the winning medal back to their home field—Ridley Athletic Complex in Baltimore. Less than a decade earlier, however, that athletic field was hosting a different kind of metal—scrap metal, from a landfill.
The athletic complex is partially situated on top of a former municipal solid waste landfill, but the location is perfect. It is conveniently located near Loyola’s campus and I-83, but there have been challenges with the field.
This publicly-owned municipal solid waste landfill, which accepts residential and commercial curbside trash, is the lone landfill in the area. The landfill is situated on 375 acres, of which 195 acres are utilized for solid waste placement. Subcells and phases are constructed over the course of time while the landfill is operational.
Hallaton is proud to have installed a temporary cofferdam lining at the iconic Baltimore location of Druid Hill Park in June 2018.
Keeping Baltimore’s Drinking Water Safe
Druid Hill has a fresh water reservoir that supplies Baltimore City and the surrounding counties with drinking water. The city is in the midst of a 5-year, $160 million dollar project to modify the Druid Hill Reservoir.
Currently, Druid Hill Reservoir is an exposed water storage system. As a result of new governmental drinking water regulations to keep the drinking water protected from potential contaminants, the city plans to install two large underground tanks. This will also allow the city to treat the water more efficiently.