Geomembrane Protects EPS Geofoam in Stormwater Reclamation Project
Almost 20 years ago, in 2004, voters in Los Angeles approved the expenditure of a half-billion dollars for a new initiative to manage and reclaim stormwater in the city. The initiative was called “Proposition O” and received approval from an overwhelming majority (76%) of voters, more than the two-thirds required for passage. Polluted stormwater, including bacteria and trash, was increasingly becoming a detriment to city water sources, beaches and the ocean.
Seaman Corporation XR-5® Geomembrane Part of Mobile, Alabama's, Sanitary Sewer Overflow Solution
Within the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System (MAWSS) is the Dog River Watershed that encompasses a substantial portion of the city. Much of it is a natural wetland and contains tidally influenced marshes that support various species of shellfish, birds, finfish and other wildlife. One of the major tributaries to the Dog River is Halls Mill Creek.
Geomembrane Solves Waterproofing Challenge in Difficult Underground Installation
Potash is an essential crop nutrient. The refined version of potash contains a concentrated amount of soluble potassium chloride (KCl), readily absorbed by plants. Potassium, nitrogen and phosphorus are the most essential crop nutrients and are in high demand for agricultural operations worldwide.