Mining Closure & Reclamation

Once a mine, or portion of a mine, is taken out of service there is often a substantial reclamation effort required. Layfield has some unique products that can assist in your site reclamation including soil remediation liners, landfills, stream and channel rehabilitation products, and sludge control products.

Layfield's featured applications in mine reclamation are sludge capping and dewatering. Layfield supplies, sews, and installs high strength geotextiles that can be used to prepare a permanent earthen cap over soft sludge or tailings ponds. Sludge dewatering uses high strength geotextile tubes to allow sludge to dewater under its own weight. Both these techniques can dramatically reduce sludge during mine reclamation.

"We were offered Geogrids made overseas from a small distributor, but we declined as their testing were suspect and they had no reputation in the market. We will only work with reputable suppliers like Layfield as their Geogrids perform as per recognized specifications." Kenny, Engineering & Scientific Consultant,

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About Construction Products

Layfield Construction Products supplies geosynthetics and industrial fabrics products. We offer supply-only products for many different industries across North America and internationally. We are leaders in the supply of geosynthetics servicing large customers, moving over 800 truckloads a year. Layfield Construction Products is also one of the largest distributors of geotextiles, moving over 100 million square feet a year. We also specialize in the supply of polyethylene film and industrial fabrics products.

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Layfield a Finalist in Canada's Best Managed Gold Program

December 2, 2019

On Thursday, November 21, Canada's Best Managed program announced Layfield as a finalist for the Gold Standard designation.

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