GSE Environmental is a global manufacturer and marketer of geosynthetic lining solutions, products and services used in the containment and management of solids, liquids, and gases for organizations engaged in waste management, mining, water, wastewater and aquaculture.
GSE has a long history of manufacturing quality geosynthetic lining systems and developing innovative products. The company’s principal products are polyethylene-based geomembranes, geonets, geocomposites, geosynthetic clay liners, concrete protection liners, and vertical barriers. GSE manufacturers products primarily to line or cap hazardous and non-hazardous waste landfills; contain materials generated in certain mining processes; and contain water, liquid waste and industrial products in ponds, tanks, reservoirs, sewers, and canals.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, USA, GSE Environmental maintains sales offices throughout the world and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Chile, Germany, Thailand and Egypt.
- High Performance
- HDPE Smooth
- HDPE Textured
- LLDPE Smooth
- LLDPE Textured
- GSE ProFlex
- Geosynthetic Clay Liners
- Geomembrane Supported GCL
- Fabric Encased GCL
- Geonets & Geocomposites
- Environmental Nonwoven
- Concrete Protection
- Concrete Protective Liners
- CurtainWall & GundWall
- Oil Containment Booms
- Custom Fabrication
- At GSE we're in the business of solving problems. When you come to us with a challenge, our Custom Fabrication Group will collaborate with you to build a custom-fit solution to your exact specifications. When customization, quality, fast delivery and cost are all equally important, choose GSE.
Post-Harvey Impact on Geosynthetics Manufacturing
At its peak and not long before it made landfall in Rockport, Texas, Hurricane Harvey was rated a Category 4 storm. It was the first major hurricane to make landfall on the Texas Gulf Coast in 12 years, and in doing so it caused an enormous amount of damage to infrastructure in Houston, which is a major center of production for petrochemicals and geosynthetics manufacturing in the United States. B... »
EuroGeo Transcript: Geomembrane Wrinkles, Bridging, Ballasting, Parts 3 – 5
During EuroGeo 6, Dr. Ian D. Peggs, P.E., P.Eng chaired a special panel discussion on geomembrane wrinkles, bridging, uplift, and ballasting. The recorded session featured panelists Paul Guinard (SOPREMA), Adnan Berkay Özdemir (Atarfil), Michael Flynn (FLI Group), Catrin Tarnowski (GSE), and Richard Thiel (Thiel Engineering). We publish here, with permission of the EuroGeo 6 organizers (the Turkis... »
EuroGeo Transcript: Geomembrane Wrinkles, Bridging, Ballasting, Parts 1 and 2
During EuroGeo 6, Dr. Ian D. Peggs, P.E., P.Eng chaired a special panel discussion on geomembrane wrinkles, bridging, uplift, and ballasting. We publish here, with permission of the EuroGeo 6 organizers (the Turkish Chapter of the International Geosynthetics Society) and the participating panelists the full transcript of the session. We thank Ian Peggs and Wendy Cortez of I-CORP International for... »
Improving Drainage at Expansion Joints in Rigid Pavements
By GSE Environmental – Repairing damaged expansion joints in rigid pavements is a costly endeavor. Not only is the cost of the repairs high, but repair projects can go on for miles and shut down vital lanes of traffic important to commuters and local commerce. The primary cause of premature damage is insufficient drainage under rigid pavements. MANAGING EXPANSION JOINTS Expansion joints are partic... »
Best Practices for Minimizing Geomembrane Wrinkling
By Catrin Tarnowski – Geomembrane wrinkling occurs, but it can be minimized. “Lay flat” geomembrane installations are quite possible, as they are documented all over the world. Truly, we can achieve this; yet, geomembrane wrinkling still happens. How does wrinkling occur? It is connected to numerous decisions made in design, product selection, and installation procedures, and with boundary condit... »