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NAUE GmbH & Co. KG (ISO 9001:2000 certified) is a worldwide operating company, manufacturing the full range of geosynthetics (geotextiles, geomembranes, GCLs, geogrids, drainage systems and erosion control mats) for all applications. They also offer support to assist with even the most challenging projects. NAUE geosynthetics are found in all applications including: Landfills, Mining Groundwater Protection, Civil Engineering, Tunneling and Waterproofing and Hydraulic Engineering.

HS2 Interchange Station. Birmingham Metro map by SevenMaps via Shutterstock license

Environmental Protection along the HS2

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 HS2 is a new high-speed railway under development in the United Kingdom. It will link up London, the Midlands, and the North along lines that serve eight of the...
Secutex Green, 100% biodegradable nonwoven from NAUE

PODCAST: Fully Biodegradable Materials Mimic Geosynthetics

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Geosynthetic materials are renowned for their sustainability qualities. One of the ways in which the geosynthetics field really excels here is through constant innovation in the manufacturing process. It's that...
Kent von Maubeuge

Kent von Maubeuge Celebrates 30 Years at NAUE

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Geosynthetica congratulates Kent von Maubeuge for 30 years in geosynthetics with NAUE! Kent joined the international company in April 1991, not long after the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) had...
Image of a businessman's clasped hands and and chess pieces on an old wooden table. Photo by Gajus via Shutterstock license.

Two Geosynthetics Business Moves: NAUE, BontexGeo

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Last week, many in the geosynthetics field were participating in virtual panel discussions and special sessions with the online Geosynthetics Conference. Two geosynthetics business moves were announced during the...
Photo of basal reinforcement with Secugrid HS from NAUE

NAUE Offers Working Platform Software

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Large-scale working platforms have become important solutions to infrastructure projects. grown in use in infrastructure, such as for situations in which load transfer enables more efficient construction or makes...
NAUE News 50 Project Photo from Serbian Landfill Modernization

NAUE News Celebrates Its 50th Publication

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There’s an old saying in media that “content is king.” Our friends at NAUE Group are certainly celebrating a regal milestone in the field, as they published Issue #50...
HafenCity Hamburg construction photo from NAUE Group

Webinar: Piled Embankments and Geogrids

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The NAUE Academy puts engineering knowledge at your fingertips through its series of webinars on geotechnical solutions. The free, live webinars address a wide-range of topics in which geosynthetics...
Image of white Secutex Green sustainable geotextile installed along streambanks with trees and a footbridge in the background

Sustainable Geotextiles to Be Showcased in October 22 Webinar

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The field of geosynthetics was created in many respects by manufacturers. It was manufacturers that put forth many of the engineering ideas, funded early research, supported pilot projects, innovated...

VIDEO: GCL Seal Revives a Historic German Moat

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The historic moat in Delitzsch, Germany had been losing water for decades and threatened to become swampy. Renovation plans included the planting of reeds. To prevent reed roots from...
Kent von Maubeuge on Simaka Paulson's Geosynthetics Podcast

Siamak Paulson Checks in with Kent von Maubeuge

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Australia-based engineer Siamak Paulson (ADE Consulting Group Pty Ltd) hosts a podcast on geosynthetics. In the latest episode, he interviews industry veteran Kent von Maubeuge (NAUE). Other episodes available...

Hydropower Project Realizes Huge Savings with Reinforced Soil

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The newly constructed Arkun Dam hydropower facility on the Çoruh River (Turkey) would have been considerably more expensive if conventional concrete walls were used along the edges of the power station. NAUE Geosynthetics profiles the project and the reinforced earth option that was selected and which saved 40% on the cost for this portion of the project.

Geosynthetic Technical Barriers Create Continuity at Ennigerloh

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Geosynthetic materials and mineral components are used as technical barriers for landfills. As a base seal, these engineered systems prevent polluted liquid seepage into groundwater. As a landfill cap,...

GCLs Save a Fish Ladder and a Historic Structure in Germany

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The Swabian Gate Weir was constructed in 1873 on the Dreisam River in Freiburg/Breisgau, Germany. The historic installation was listed for monument protection, but its decaying state began to...
Roadway embankment feature images - failure and repair

Roadway Embankment Reconstruction after Extreme Weather

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Composite reinforcement systems that combine geosynthetics with different facing systems and supports (steel mesh, soil anchors, etc.) have grown substantially in use. These systems enable very efficient construction of...
North Berwick Golf Course repair photo from NAUE

850 Geotextile Bags Protect Historic Scottish Golf Course

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Founded in 1832, the North Berwick Golf Club in the UK is one of oldest clubs in the world. In fact, you’d have to visit historic St. Andrews to...
Coated GCL installation image from Australia

Coated GCLs Growing in Australian Landfill Designs

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The City of Townsville in northern Queensland is Australia’s largest urban center north of the Sunshine Coast. The local Waste Services Department serves nearly 200,000 residents. When the time...
Flood Protection – Rehabilitation of a Dike in Germany

Flood Protection – Rehabilitation of a Dike in Germany

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The flood disaster of 1997 made a deep impression on many Germans. The Oder and Morava river basins flooded, and the waters spread through regions of the Czech Republic,...
Bali's largest landfill

The Greening of Bali’s Largest Landfill

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The Indonesian island of Bali is one of the world’s most well-known tourist destinations. It provides critical economic vitality to the province, with tourism accounting for more than 70%...

NAUE Achieves BBA Certification for Secugrid® HS Geogrids

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Late last week, global geosynthetics manufacturer NAUE confirmed that its innovative high-strength geogrid Secugrid® HS has received BBA certification. It’s a significant achievement and an acknowledgement of the high quality of...

Landfill Expansion and Mondernization in Shenzhen

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Shenzhen is one of China’s many cities on a fast modernization track. Not unexpectedly, the city’s rapid industrial and residential growth has created numerous environmental quality challenges. The Hong...

Sand Mats Protect World Cultural Heritage Site Underwater

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The prehistoric pile dwellings in upper Lake Zurich, Switzerland originated 4000 years ago and were awarded the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011. These unique sites provide...

Four Australia Landfill Design Seminars Headline August Opportunities

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Global Synthetics is partnering with NAUE Geosynthetics (Germany and Malaysia) and Skaps (USA) to offer a series of four landfill seminars across Australia in August. The event, Advances in Landfill Design and Specification...
ISO 14001 Certification - NAUE News, December 2017

NAUE Earns ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Certification

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In its annual year-end newsletter, NAUE Geosynthetics has announced a significant achievement: ISO 14001 Environmental Management Certification for its production sites in Germany. The international company manufactures Bentofix® geosynthetic...

NAUE Releases "The Four Dimensions of Secugrid" Series

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The four dimensions of length, width, depth and time greatly influence civil engineering: project scope, design, product selection, expected service life. Today, NAUE introduces you to a new four-dimensional way of understanding reinforcement applications: the Four Dimensions of Secugrid®. NAUE's new Secugrid® publications are divided into four key reader interest areas (Customer, Quality, Technics, and Ecology) and all four are subdivided into four discussions, such as maximising land use while minimising site disturbance, the importance of manufacturing methodology, and sustainable practices in construction. Read more in the release.

NAUE Simplifies Communication and Concerts Capacities!

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In view of its increasing number of international activities, the NAUE Fasertechnik group of companies will be simplifying not only the company logo but also the company name. From the first of January the company will be doing business under the name of NAUE GmbH & Co. KG.
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