Layfield has been involved in irrigation canal and pond construction since the company was founded in the 70's. We have regularly supplied PVC and RPE canal liners for irrigation districts and have built innumerable irrigation ponds for parks, gold courses, and agricultural facilities.

Layfield's featured product for irrigation markets is our RPE geomembrane material. This light weight, cost effective liner material is an excellent seepage control liner for canals and ditches in irrigation districts. For over 30 years Layfield has provided this unique material for seepage control in fabricated panels as large as 100,000 ft2 (10,000 m2) in a single piece.

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"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 Environmental Containment

Layfield Environmental Containment is a vertically integrated company involved in the manufacturing, fabrication, installation, and maintenance of high performance geomembranes, floating covers, and specialty geosynthetics. We work with end users, consulting engineers and contractors to deliver products and services that protect the environment. Layfield Environmental Containment has strategic locations across North America and internationally.

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Geomembrane waterproofing for a 10-mile wooden flume

October 18, 2016

In 2015, a private hydroelectric company in Washington state was looking to install a geosynthetic liner as part of a  10-mi (16-km) elevated wood and metal structure for conveying water— a flume. The project was located near Mount Rainier (Photo 1, left) about 50 miles (80-km) southeast of Seattle in southwestern

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