16 Years manufacturer EVA geomembrane liners manufacture to Wellington Importers
EVA geomembrane is a soft membrane for all kinds of waterproof construction especially for underground building waterproof usage Material: geomembrane lining of EVA , Thickness: 0.5mm-3.0mm ,Width:2.0m-4.0m (Quality Control Measure: strictly comply with ISO9001:2000 Features: 1) Can bear chemical erosion. 2) A wider using temperature range and a longer using life.3.) very soft , easy for bending for all kinds construction condition. Application: EVA is recommended for use to line tanks, ...
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EVA geomembrane is a soft membrane for all kinds of waterproof construction especially for underground building waterproof usage
Material: geomembrane lining of EVA , Thickness: 0.5mm-3.0mm ,Width:2.0m-4.0m
(Quality Control Measure: strictly comply with ISO9001:2000
1) Can bear chemical erosion.
2) A wider using temperature range and a longer using life.3.) very soft , easy for bending for all kinds construction condition.
EVA is recommended for use to line tanks, including timber tanks, concrete and metal tanks. It is also suited as a secondary lining for preventing pollution in case of leakage or chemical spills.
Preventing leakage in roadbed and other groundsill.
The plane direction laying for dam,the vertical direction laying for groundsill,used in the construction fence and waste material field.
Used in seawater or freshwanter feed field.
Used in groundsill for road,highway,railway and waterproof layer of swelling clay and wet collapsed loess,
Preventing leakage on rooftop.
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(12 Oct 2010) SHOTLIST
1. Various of earth moving machinery clearing mud from a road
2. Wide exterior of church
3. Wide of earth moving machinery driving on road
4. Wide of red tainted stream with embankment in background
5. Close of water
6. Wide of digger collecting earth to build embankment
7. Mid of embankment
8. Various of excavator working
9. Wide of truck driving through village
10. Wide of Kolontar skyline
Machinery was put to work in the sludge affected village of Kolontar, Hungary, on Tuesday, as construction continued on a containment wall to protect the area in case of a new flood.
The town was the worst affected of three villages flooded when a damaged storage pool dumped 700-thousand cubic metres (184 (m) million gallons) of toxic red sludge over the area, killing at least eight people last week.
The wall – 620 metres long (2-thousand foot) and an average of 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) high – was being built with dolomite rock and clay, the National Disaster Management Directorate said on Monday.
The damaged reservoir still contains 2.5 (m) million cubic metres of sludge, but it no longer has a large layer of water on top, so any new spills are expected to move slower and travel less distance, probably no more than 1 kilometre (0.62 miles), than the first one did.
Environmental State Secretary Zoltan Illes said additional risks were centered on a reservoir next to the damaged one, which contained 100-thousand cubic meters (26.4 (m) million gallons) of caustic liquid.
Authorities fear that if the cracks on the broken reservoir’s northern wall continued to widen and the wall falls, the second storage pool could also break, releasing a caustic flow.
Authorities claim the new wall in Kolontar, which will be permanently incorporated into the town’s landscape with a bike path planned on its ridge, would withstand a flood even if the second reservoir burst.
Nearly all of Kolontar’s 800 residents were evacuated on Saturday, when officials said the north wall of the massive storage pool “very likely” to collapse because cracks that had appeared at several points.
Officials said on Monday there had been no widening of the new cracks on the reservoir.
Meanwhile health authorities have warned the local population, as well as cleanup and construction crews, that the amount of red sludge dust in the air exceeded safe limits and said protective gear should be used.
Experts from Sweden, Austria and Belgium arrived Monday to help the government assess the environmental damage caused by the spill.
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