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Geosynthetics are a family of ground engineering products for embedding in layers of soil or fill. They are manufactured from polyamide, polyester, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polypropylene and polyethylene. A small number of biodegradable products are also available in materials such as jute, coir and textiles for erosion control.
Thermally bonded virgin fibre polypropylene geotextile for use in protection, drainage, filtration and soil stabilization.
Impervious membrane for underground stormwater storage systems.
High density polyethylene protection layer for basement waterproofing. The dimpled profile is covered with a geotextile, which provides a drainage route for groundwater.
A four-ply material for use as a compact protection and drainage system for waterproofing in building construction.