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Anaerobic digestion tank base liner, Norwich

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Newark attenuation pond liner

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Digestate storage lagoon, Cornwall

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Feature lake liner, Donnington

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Reservoir liner, County Cork

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Tailings dam, Plymouth

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Reservoir Liners for UK's largest green house complex

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Landfill Capping Liners, Devon

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Landfill Basal Liner, Brimingham

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Digestate Lagoon Liner with leakage detection system

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UK's largest Reed Bed Project

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Landfill Basal Liner, Malta

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Farm Slurry Lagoon Liner, Lancashire

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Lake liner and Geotextile with feature island

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Anerobic digestion tank

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Ornamental trout lake

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Nottingham Golf Club

Geosynthetic Installers

Enviroseal Lining Solutions are one of Europe’s leading installers and suppliers of geosynthetic installations, eg. Reservoir Lake Liners.

Providing our clients with the best technical and most cost effective solutions to their project requirements is key to our business.

To ensure this is delivered, our experienced team provide design input during the project development stage. Installation of geosynthetics is completed using market leading products, by installers highly skilled in the installation of Reservoir Lake Liners.

All of our site installation teams are BS TWI certificated, CSCS card holders and have undergone relevant health & safety courses.

Geosynthetic Liner Products and Reservoir Lake Liner Installers

Enviroseal are installers and suppliers of a comprehensive range of geosynthetic reservoir lake liner products including HDPE, LLDPE, FPP, EVA in both smooth and textured varieties also a wide range of thickness’s to meet the clients needs. We also supply and install other geosynthetics components including geosynthetic clay liners, geotextiles, and geocomposites where multiple layers are required.

These materials are all made of high quality base resins with proven stabilisation packages to ensure long-term durability and which are extremely resistant to the chemical and mechanical effects required in most liner applications. All the materials are supplied by the world leading manufacturers.

Installation Projects

Each of the divisions at Enviroseal have undertaken projects for a wide range of clients including private individuals, civil contractors, specialist contractors, large plc’s, utilities companies and public sector end users.

The value of some individual projects increased as the company developed in to one of the largest of our kind in Europe. However, one of our strengths is that we are still able to be competitive and service smaller schemes whilst having the knowledge and experience to work on large scale complex projects.

We undertake projects in several sub-disciplines including reservoir lake liners, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, coastal engineering, surveying, and general construction.

Enviroseal are hiring!

We have recently added a careers section to our website. If you have experience in the industry and would like to progress your career with us, please take a look at our Careers page to see what we have on offer.

News

2016_February_1

News update

Despite one of the wettest winters in recent history Enviroseal’s lining division has managed to complete numerous projects across the country. Working alongside our pipe division the technicians finished lining

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2015_September

5 new lakes for the Isle of Man

September 2015 Enviroseal are working on a diverse range of projects during September. The technicians are installing liners to a number of attenuation ponds across the country, anaerobic digestion bund liners

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2015_August

Work commences in Andover

August 2015 Work on the geosynthetic system for lining a new anaerobic digestion plant in Andover commenced in August. The project includes a geosynthetic leakage detection system, secondary containment and below

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