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Solmax is positioned among the top three worldwide leaders in the manufacturing of geomembranes and offers both containment and fluid transportation solutions including HDPE pipes, valves, fittings and accessories. Manufactured from Varennes (Canada), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Santiago (Chile), its products are sold in over 60 countries and are used by the biggest names in the mining, petroleum, waste management, water, and civil engineering sectors. Solmax products are vital in protecting soils from contamination in applications as critical as the landfills of the world’s most populated cities to the mines operating in environmentally fragile ecosystems. Its vision: Covering the World, Protecting the Earth.

McCourt Named Global Head of Sales for Solmax-GS

Though bringing together two of the world’s largest geosynthetics producers is an enormous task, Solmax-GSE is continuing its rapid evolution with a key announcement:...

VIDEO: Asperity Concentration or Asperity Height for Geomembranes?

In November, Solmax provided a technical webinar presentation on an important question for geomembranes:  Does asperity height or asperity concentration matter more for increasing interface...
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EXCLUSIVE: Video Interview with Solmax on Acquiring GSE Environmental

Geosynthetica's Elizabeth Peggs sits down with Solmax Inc. President Jean-Louis Vangeluwe to discuss the company's bold move in acquiring GSE Environmental. The move brings...

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Lining a Nevada Tailings Storage Facility Pond

AGRU’s latest video story focuses on a tailings storage facility in northern Nevada. The site utilized a textured geomembrane (AGRU MicroSpike) in a three-phase...
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New Logo Contest from IGS Young Members Committee

The International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) Young Members Committee has opened a competition for a new logo design. A couple prizes are in play for...
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Video: Asphalt Reinforcement of Australian Runway

​The Roma Airport in Queensland, Australia, manages around 100 arrivals and departures each week, including many that are vital to energy and resource industry...
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