EPS Geofoam offers unique solutions for your project and the environment.
EPS Geofoam is a valuable tool in backfilling and enforcing loose or soft soil beneath various types of infrastructure. It is nearly 100 times lighter than most soils, offers a cost savings, can contribute to LEED credit requirements and is known to reduce labor needs and accelerate construction timelines.
To get the most out of EPS Geofoam in your construction project, you must protect it from the degrading effects of hydrocarbon fuels, petroleum-based asphalt, water intrusion, acidic soils and more. A geomembrane liner with the right formulation is the best way to meet regulatory requirements, while protecting the fill material from the wear and tear it will encounter in its lifetime—and to ensure a successful transportation or infrastructure project now and into the future.
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- What EPS Geofoam is and how it has evolved in infrastructure and transportation projects
- Typical applications for EPS Geofoam
- How to use a gasoline-resistant geomembrane to achieve the greatest benefit from EPS Geofoam
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