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TRI Environmental is an independent, third party, geosynthetics firm providing geosynthetics testing and research services to the international community. TRI provides laboratory conformance/verification testing as well as performance related studies. In addition to routine testing, TRI provides interface friction, permeability, creep and stress-rupture, transmissivity, gradient ratio, UV-resistance, chemical resistance, carbonyl end group, molecular weight, plastic pipe and accelerated time-temperature testing. TRIs personnel are active throughout the worlds standards development organizations and routinely provide short courses, seminars and tailor made training services to those learning about geosynthetics.

Slope Stability and Leak Location Highlight Early May Short Courses

In the United States, geotechnical engineering short courses often take place just ahead of the warmer months during which so much work...

Slope Stability Short Course Added to May 7 – 11 Training Week Offerings

Short Course Training Week (May 7 – 11) is coming to Austin, Texas, where TRI Environmental will host four courses and two certification opportunities...
TRI Expands Testing Capabilities and Enhances Services for 2018

TRI Expands Testing Capabilities and Enhances Services for 2018

The annual letter from TRI Environmental to its clients and the general geosynthetics community merits review for a number of its highlights. The company...

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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...
IGS Young Members in Korea

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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