Sewage Lagoon

There are thousands of sewage lagoons in North America that have been lined with PVC geomembranes over the past 40 years. These sewage lagoons allow sewage (or other waste water) to degrade over a specified retention period before being released.

Our featured products for sewage lagoon applications are our new REVOC Biogas collection covers, REVOC Insulated covers (to retain heat), and our REVOC Algae Control cover (to prevent algae buildup). We also feature floating baffle curtains to help prevent shortcutting in ponds. All of these new products add to our complete line of geomembranes for all sewage and wastewater containment applications.

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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 16-km (10-mi) elevated wood and metal structure for conveying water— a flume. The project was located near Mount Rainier (Photo 1, left) about 50 miles southeast of Seattle in southwestern

By Brian Fraser

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