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September 2016

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Enviroseal have enjoyed one of the busiest summers in the company’s history during 2016. The anaerobic digestion sector was a substantial part of the work load with lining and leakage detection systems installed in storage lagoons ranging from 2,000m² to 25,900m². Several of the lined storage lagoons had our in house designed floating covers installed […]

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Article – Enviroseal bringing Quality Assurance to the Anaerobic Digestion sector

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Enviroseal have been working in the anaerobic digestion sector for several years and are viewed by many within the industry as the experts in the design and installation of geosynthetics for containment and storage of digestate. One of the biggest concerns AD operators have is compliance with legislation for digestate storage and containment on their […]

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News update

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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 the new anaerobic digestion plant in Andover. This high complex project was the first of its kind in the UK incorporating a geosynthetic leakage detection […]

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5 new lakes for the Isle of Man

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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 and lagoon liners, wild life lake and ponds, storage clamp liners, slurry lagoon liners and landfill capping liners. The technicians are progressing with the […]

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Work commences in Andover

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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 ground insulation. The project is the first of its kind and required a significant amount of design development with the client’s engineers. Enviroseal also […]

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Enviroseal exhibits at UK AD & Biogas show

Tailings Dam Plymoth

July 2015 The major lining project for the new mine in Plymouth has been completed. A total of over 96,000m² of geomembrane and GCL was installed and tested for the tailings dam at the mine. Further works are expected to be carried out later in the year or spring 2016. The first week in July […]

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Successful audit for ‘blue chip’ customer

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June 2015 Enviroseal completed the audit process of our health and safety procedures and installation methods without issue for the new multinational blue chip company. The earthworks and lining for the refurbishment of the existing lagoon was completed early which minimised the lagoon shut down period of the plant. A lake liner with other geosynthetics […]

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Enviroseal introduces EnviroTank

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After substantial development and testing Enviroseal are delighted to announce the launch of the EnviroTank. The EnviroTank is a temporary or permanent storage solution for all kind liquids including water, slurry, fertilizer, leachate and digestate. It can also be used as an additional gas store for anaerobic digestion. The EnviroTank is made of ultra-¬flexible polyethylene […]

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Enviroseal secure new blue chip client

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May 2015 Enviroseal have continued the extensive number of projects in the anaerobic digestion sector this month by lining several storage tanks across the UK to provide secondary containment and leakage detection. We have also secured works to line tank bunds on other AD projects as well as digestiate storage lagoons. The liner for a […]

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Enviroseal take the lead in AD design

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April 2015 The design team at Enviroseal have been working closely with our client and his engineers this month to develop a geosynthetic system for lining a new anaerobic digestion plant in Andover. The project requires a geosynthetic leakage detection system, secondary containment and below ground insulation. We have also worked with our pipe division […]

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