Temporary Containment Liners/ High Performance Contaiminated Soil Covers
Maintain Compliance with Environmental Regulation for Contamiated Soil
Permalon offers high quality and high performance polyethylene laminates as contaminated soil covers or temporary containment liners. Sheets are available in sizes up to 200’ × 200’ or customized to your specifications. These weather proof tarps offer a total solution to contain sequestered materials.
Permalon L20 Black- L20 Black is a 20 mil high strength and durable membrane engineered to work in many environments. It is specifically engineered for liner and vapor barrier applications
Permalon Ply X-210 - 20 mil UV stabilized to withstand prolonged exposure to sunlight
Permalon Ply X-210 G i s a 48 mil high strength and durable membrane engineered to work in many environments. It is specifically engineered for liner and vapor barrier applications
What type of flexible polyethylene liners should be used to cover contaminated soil? What constitutes contaminated soil?
The type of flexible polyethylene liner that should be used to cover contaminated soil depends on several factors
- the type and level of contamination
- the intended use of the site
- and local regulations.
Contaminated soil is soil that has been contaminated by hazardous substances, such as heavy metals, pesticides, petroleum products, or other chemicals. The contaminants can come from various sources, such as industrial activities, agricultural practices, or improper disposal of hazardous waste. The level of contamination can vary widely, from low levels that pose little risk to human health or the environment, to high levels that require extensive remediation.
In terms of liner types, there are various materials that can be used for soil protection, including high-density polyethylene (HDPE), low-density polyethylene (LDPE), and reinforced polyethylene (RPE) liners, among others. The specific material and thickness of the liner will depend on the specific requirements of the site and the contaminants present.
It is important to note that regulations regarding liner materials and specifications can vary depending on the country, state, or local jurisdiction, so it is important to consult with the appropriate regulatory agencies and environmental professionals to ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
If you are dealing with contaminated soil, it is important to consult with a qualified environmental professional who can assess the extent of the contamination and recommend appropriate remediation measures, including the use of flexible polyethylene liners.