Providing a long-lasting geotextile solution for a dry food market in Istanbul
Solmax's MIRAFI® Robulon covered 26,500 m² at a dry food market in Istanbul, offering durability and low maintenance for an aesthetically pleasing result.
Stabilizing a construction access road with MIRAFI RS580i
Construction for a new hospital in St. Augustine started in late 2020. The $115 million project will serve the fast-growing St. Johns County. The facility includes a one-story hospital and a four-story patient tower.
Geomembrane barrier for a boarding school in Hong Kong
Caritas Mother Teresa School located at Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong is a boarding school that accommodates 202 boarders and an 18-classrooms school, with several career training rooms and a school hall.
Upgrading biogas collection covers for sustainable sewage management
Melbourne Water completed an upgrade of biogas collection covers at their Western Treatment Plant (WTP).
Protecting shorelines from erosion in Lake McConaughy, Nebraska
CNPPID wanted a more robust solution that would prevent the procession of erosion at typical pool elevations.
Lining a tailings facility on the roof of the world
Solmax geomembranes were used to line the tailings facilities of the recently expanded Yulong Copper Mine.
Xcel Energy, Sherco, Bottom Ash Pond No. 2, Becker, Minnesota
When Xcel Energy needed a residuals pond, they needed geosynthetics that met stringent quality and performance standards.
Quick installation in challenging geographies at Bornhausen Landfill
Solmax installed 150 km² of GSE® HD and FABRINET® at Bornhausen Landfill in Germany, protecting the environment
Expanding landfills safely with geosynthetics
Further expansions of a landfill in Greece required highly technical solutions, and geosynthetics played a vital role in the safe design and containment of seepage from the waste.
Biogas cover turns palm oil waste into fuel
Agricultural waste for biogas is key to circular economy. Sustainable systems process waste, reduce emissions & convert low-value to high-value.
Preventing potash waste contamination with Solmax geomembranes
As an existing tailings pile was reaching maximum capacity, it needed to be expanded to ensure continuous, safe production of Potash at the mine.
Geomembranes protecting the environment at a stack pond in China
Solmax was selected to supply geomembranes for a waste containment area of almost 1.6 million m² (17.2 million f²).
Geosynthetic lining system for potassium nitrate evaporation ponds
Solmax's innovative liners met client's requirements, protecting environment and communities from pollution and facilitating safe wastewater removal.
Sewage Lagoon upgrade using geosynthetic clay liners in Conquest, Saskatchewan, Canada
Solmax designed a GCL system for the Conquest lagoon in Saskatoon to build a wastewater treatment lagoon that meets Water Security Agency standards.
Increasing wastewater treatment capacity to serve a growing town
The Municipality of Tweed need to expand their wastewater system to meet future demands and growth by constructing a third lagoon
Pilbara Regional Waste Management Facility
Solmax provided geomembranes to line Australia's first landfill incorporating a conductive-backed liner to enable electrical leak location testing.
Containment for Hazardous Waste Disposal at Jinchang City
Jinchuan Group chose Solmax to supply geomembrane materials to safely contain hazardous waste byproducts in a new landfill site they built.
Sistema.Bio modular biodigester – for modern farms
The 5 year-long partnership between Sistema.bio and Solmax has empowered communities globally, delivering alternative energy that’s cleaner and more accessible.
Flood protection and erosion control for Mayo Clinic
PROPEX Pyramat was used for erosion protection and to promote the growth of natural vegetation at the Mayo Clinic, Phoenix.
Des Moines River stabilization with PROPEX Armormax®
A receding riverbank in Palo Alto County threatened infrastructure. PROPEX® provided long-term erosion control.