Oil Sands & SAGD

Layfield has been involved in the development of oil sands facilities since the early 80's providing secondary containments, site water ponds, road construction fabrics and geogrids, tailings dam liners, sulfur block liners, and tarpaulins and enclosure systems.

Key products for oil sands markets include our High Temp series of secondary containment geomembranes. These liners are specially designed to stand up under the high temperatures that exist under heated bitumen, diluent, and gas oil tanks. Layfield has also been providing fire-retardant tarpaulin systems to oil sands plants for over 30 years.

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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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Layfield Presents Technical Paper at the Geosynthetics Conference

February 12, 2019

Layfield Geosynthetics, a leader in geomembranes and environmental containment solutions was chosen to present a technical paper on the "Long-term Performance of HDPE Geomembranes Exposed to a High Temperature Brine Solution" at the Geosynthetics Conference this February in Houston, Texas.

 

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