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Visit Hallaton at World of Coal Ash 2022

Hallaton is looking forward to attending World of Coal Ash (WOCA) from May 16th–19th in Covington, Kentucky. WOCA is the premier international conference on the science, application, and sustainability of coal combustion products, hosted by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (UK CAER).

Hallaton will be located in the exhibit hall at Booth #77. Please stop by to meet our world class sales and operations team and learn more about our 30 years of experience installing geosynthetic linings.

If you have a containment need – We’ve Got You Covered!

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Hallaton Environmental Linings and Core Development Group Partner to Create Solar Programs on Closed Landfills

Solar on Landfills Hallaton Environmental Linings Core Development Group

SPARKS, MD, February 15, 2022 –
Solar on landfills is booming due to renewable energy incentives and the benefits of repurposing unusable land to generate clean energy. As solar companies continue to research viable land for solar development, closed landfills present a unique opportunity to reuse degraded land versus more valuable resources such as farmland. To address the specific needs of landfill owners, Hallaton Environmental Linings is partnering with Core Development Group to help bring more landfill-to-solar projects to life. Continue reading

EPA Denies Several CCR Disposal Extensions

Coal ash containment CCR Disposal Geosynthetic Lining Installers

CCR Disposal Ruling

Since the Coal Combustion Residuals Disposal Rule was filed in 2015 to address the public health and safety risks of improper coal ash disposal, coal-fired power plants have been under tremendous scrutiny to prove their compliance with current regulations or demonstrate immediate plans to become so. The ruling requires composite liner systems to contain CCR waste, better monitoring of groundwater, structural stability requirements, and proper closure and post-closure safety measures. Continue reading

Wastewater Lagoon Upgrade

Completion shot of an 11-acre wastewater lagoon upgrade recently completed by Hallaton. The multi-layer containment system includes geocomposite, 60 and 40 mil miscrospike geomembrane, non-woven geotextile, GCL and a wind ballast system for protection.
Contact Hallaton Environmental Linings for your next containment project – We’ve got you covered!

#wastewaterlagoon #geomembrane #geosynthetics #environmentalcontainment #WWTP

Kpone Landfill in Ghana Nears Completion

The Kpone Landfill Closure project in Ghana is getting closer to completion. Hallaton is thrilled to have participated as an installation partner on this project, helping train the Ghana-based crew from Landfill Technologies on ClosureTurf installation. Check out these quick clips from the recent Ghana trip showing the first panels going down. Continue reading

President of Ghana Visits Kpone Landfill

As a training and installation partner, Hallaton is thrilled to be part of this exciting closure project at Kpone Landfill in Ghana. Warranting a visit by the President of Ghana himself last week, this is the first of several important landfill cleanup and development projects for the country. Great job to everyone involved!

#Ghananews #landfills #watershedgeo #zoomlion #knowledgeshare #geosynthetics #training #kponelandfill

We’ve Got You Covered

Just another day on the job? Not for these guys! Our crews are absolute pros that take great pride in their work, and we love to show them off.

#secondarycontainment #containmentlinings #geosynthetics #inspiration #onthemove #jobwelldone #linercrew

IFAI’s GeoNashville Geosynthetics Conference

IFAI GeoNashville

Hallaton is excited to be heading to Nashville this afternoon to attend IFAI’s GeoNashville Geosynthetics Conference. We’re looking forward to seeing old friends and hearing the latest news geosynthetics industry.
Call Hallaton for your environmental containment needs.
We’ve Got You Covered.

#IFAI #geonashville #environmentalcontainment #geosynthetics

The Grass Is Greener in Ghana

Decommissioning & Re-engineering Kpone Landfill

For over a decade, the Kpone Landfill located in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana has been a significant concern for the government, businesses and residents surrounding it. Today, the 38-acre landfill is in the process of receiving a complete makeover, turning what was once an eyesore into a place of beauty and enjoyment for years to come. Continue reading

Global Waste Management Symposium 2020 Highlights Industry Trends

The Global Waste Management Symposium (GWMS) 2020, an industry-wide technical conference on waste management, began yesterday, February 24th, in Indian Wells, California, and will run through Wednesday, February 26th. With a record breaking 700 participants at this year’s symposium, things kicked off with a keynote speech given by Tara Hemmer, Waste Management’s Senior Vice President of Field Operations for their southern tier. Continue reading

Hallaton Wins IFAI International Achievement Award for Druid Hill Reservoir Project

IAA Geosynthetics Project Top Winner

Hallaton Environmental Linings has been awarded with IFAI’s (Industrial Fabrics Association International) 2019 International Achievement Awards (IAA) in the Geosynthetic Miscellaneous Category for the Druid Hill Reservoir – Temporary Lined Stone Cofferdam project.

Best in Geosynthetic Projects

In the IAA category of Geosynthetics Projects, our Druid Hill Reservoir project was recognized as the Top Winner in this category and was awarded the Award of Excellence and Best in Category.

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Bel Air Water Impoundment Earns Outstanding Project Award

In collaboration with the engineers at Gannett Fleming, Hallaton Environmental Linings installed bituminous geomembrane liner at the Bel Air Water Impoundment owned by Maryland American Water. During the 2019 Excellence in Engineering Awards, The American Council of Engineering Companies Maryland presented Gannett Fleming with an Outstanding Project Award for this innovative dam project.

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Hallaton at Show of the South Conference

Hallaton Environmental Linings is attending The Environmental Show of the South taking place in Chattanooga, TN, May 15–17, 2019.

Largest Regional Environmental Conference

The Environmental Show of the South is the largest and most comprehensive environmental conference and tradeshow in the region. Its goal is to provide high-quality, low-cost environmental training and updates on industry trends. The Show of the South is organized by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Solid Waste Management.

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Visit Hallaton at World of Coal Ash 2019 Conference

World of Coal Ash 2019

Hallaton Environmental Linings is exhibiting at the World of Coal Ash (WOCA) 2019 Conference in St. Louis, MO, May 13–16, 2019. Visit Hallaton’s Sales and Project Management team at Booth 96 to discuss your upcoming project needs. (You can also enter a drawing for a chance to win a bottle of Sagamore Rye Whiskey, a product of Baltimore, MD.)

Monday, May 13th, 6:00–8:00 PM CDT
Tuesday, May 14th, 7:00 AM–5:00 PM CDT
Wednesday, May 15th, 7:00 AM–3:30 PM CDT

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Hallaton Installs New Bituminous Liner at Bel Air Water Impoundment

The town of Bel Air in Harford County, Maryland, is a growing Baltimore suburb. As the population has increased, so has the need for more drinking water.

Hallaton is pleased to be part of the environmentally-sound, long-term solution to increase the potable water capacity for Bel Air residents. In order to provide a 100-day supply in case of a drought or emergency, Maryland American Water Company has constructed a new 13-acre, 90-million-gallon capacity water impoundment. The impoundment was constructed in 2018 and went into full service in 2019. Continue reading