Hallaton Environmental Linings of Sparks, Maryland, offers a full line of landfill rain covers and temporary cap systems. Included as part of these rain covers and temporary caps is a ballast system. The ballast system protects the geosynthetics that are installed below the ballast system.
The protections provided by the ballast system include extended UV protection and prevention of wind damage to the rain cover and temporary caps. The ballasting system products offered by Hallaton include Anchor Down, distributed by Elite Erosion Services, and Wind Defender. Each of these products is a reinforced geotextile windscreen made of knitted, green, UV stabilized HDPE filament. Continue reading
From September 25 to 27, 2017, Hallaton Environmental Linings exhibited at the ISWA World Congress-WASTECON Conference in Baltimore. It was a great opportunity to meet with many of our fellow waste industry colleagues and discuss what is happening in the geosynthetic industry. A popular discussion topic was the effect of recent hurricanes on market pricing for geosynthetic materials in the near future. Continue reading
Hallaton is the proud recipient of the prestigious 2017 IAGI Innovative Project Award. Our work at the Pearce Creek Dredge Disposal Facility was showcased as being among the best in Geosynthetics Installation.
IAGI Awards Recognize the Best in Geosynthetics Installation
IAGI (International Association of Geosynthetic Installers) presented three Installation Awards at Geotechnical Frontiers 2017 in Orlando, FL. The awards recognize exceptional work by geosynthetic installers.
“The IAGI Installation Awards recognize those IAGI members who make significant contributions to the field of geosynthetics installation. So often the installer gets forgotten in the discussion of a project,” commented Laurie Honnigford, managing director of IAGI. “In reality a project is a set of plans on a piece of paper until the installer gets involved. The installer can make or break a project and we need to recognize those who improve and advance our industry.” Continue reading
Environmental and public health groups filed a lawsuit April 5 to compel the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to complete its rulemaking on coal ash. A court order could hold the agency to a specific date for issuing a final rule on coal ash.
For more information, see Lawsuit filed vs. EPA to force coal-ash regulations at Geosynthetics Magazine.