There are many types of special ‘reservoirs’ used in water and sewage treatment including:
- Filter beds
- Settlement lagoons
- Oxidation ditches
- Aeration ponds
- Reed beds
All require their own special lining systems and liner protection methods. Often the liner is used to provide the liquid containment, and is installed below concrete structures. With aeration ponds and oxidation ditches, potential problems with the liner lifting have to be addressed as part of the lining system selection. Reed beds, which are often built on poor ground, require linings that will move with ground settlement. They usually require a geotextile liner protection material that will be resistant to penetration by the aggressive roots of the reeds or the gravel in which they grow.
With over 40 years experience of this type of lining work, all our staff bring extensive knowledge to the lining project, be it in design, supply or installation.
We install: Polyethylene , Polypropylene , Butyl rubber , Elvaloy & PVC in water and sewage projects. The material selected often being dictated by the chemicals, liquids and solids they have to contain.