Concrete Protection Liners Prepare Vancouver’s Wastewater Infrastructure

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By 2041, the City of Vancouver is expected to grow by another million residents to a total population of 3.4 million. The increased population will weigh heavily on the city’s existing infrastructure, requiring upgrades or new developments to fill the gap. Wastewater treatment is one of these areas. The expansion of the Annacis Island wastewater treatment facility is a strong example of how the ci... »

Boyd Ramsey Leads off Waterproof Membranes 2018

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Waterproof Membranes 2018 will be held 5 – 7 November 2018 at the Maritim Hotel in Düsseldorf, Germany. Geosynthetics veteran Boyd Ramsey has been added to the program as the first featured speaker (following the traditional market focus open from the hosts AMI). The international conference focuses on the market dynamics, technical innovation, and the manufacture, installation, and performance of... »

Geosynthetic Lining Systems in Fish Farming

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In the oceans, overfishing has threatened several species of fish with extinction. To help preserve more sustainable fish populations in the wild, several countries have made fish farming—aquaculture—an essential industry. Some of the most commonly farmed fish are tilapia, carp, salmon, and catfish. In Norway, salmon farms are an important economic branch of the country’s aquaculture industry. Con... »