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Village Creek Waste Reclamation Facility

November 2nd, 2017|Videos|

Industry Expert Joins Watershed Geo’s Team

June 13th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Mike Ayers, CEO of Watershed Geo, has created something unusual in business—the perfect combination of innovative products, industry leaders and obsessive client support. Watershed has been nationally recognized by a variety of industries for their technologically-superior innovative products.  But much of the success can be attributed to Ayers’s push to assemble and attract the best [...]

Watershed Geo Announces the Addition of One of the Industry’s Finest to its Team

June 13th, 2017|News/Blog|

Atlanta, GA – June 13, 2017 - Watershed Geo is pleased to announce that Dr. Ming Zhu has joined its elite staff of engineers.   Zhu will assume the role of Director of Engineering Services, overseeing the company’s technical operations for existing products and the development of new product offerings. Dr. Zhu brings more than 11 [...]

Terminus Wake Park Featuring HydroTurf Shorelines

April 26th, 2017|Videos|

Innovative Approach to Landfill Design Allows for Benchless Caps

March 30th, 2017|News/Blog|

INTRODUCTION As engineers begin to understand the multiple facets of a ClosureTurf® design, they realize there are many more benefits than previously understood.  The original version of ClosureTurf brought many unique changes to the landfill design process.  Maintenance was cut by more than 95%.  The need for final cover vegetative soil was removed. The need [...]

Baldwin County Benchless Landfill Design

March 29th, 2017|Videos|

Why Should Water Quality Be Top of Mind When Choosing a Cover?

February 28th, 2017|News/Blog|

When considering a final cover system for a landfill, it is not only important to keep the water out, you must also ensure that nothing detrimental comes off the surface and lands in the water carried off your site. Closed landfills can generate large amounts of surface runoff.  With a traditional soil cap, rainstorms will [...]

Handling Concentrated Flows on Landfill Closures

January 17th, 2017|News/Blog|

In most landfill closure designs, water flow is directed off the top deck to steep downchute channels in order to prevent erosion and eliminate ponding.  Common materials for these lined drainage channels include rock riprap, concrete lining and drainage pipe.  These materials can be very expensive, time consuming and create obstacles for completing construction. [...]

Advancements in Prescriptive Covers

October 20th, 2016|News/Blog|

  WHY ARE  FUNDAMENTAL FLAWS BEING OVERLOOKED IN LANDFILL CLOSURE DESIGNS? By: Paul O'Malley If we look back at the origins of RCRA’s Subtitle D and the genesis of what we now commonly refer to as a “prescriptive cover”, it is worthwhile to remember that the primary objective of Subtitle D was to establish an [...]

PROJECT PROFILE: UNLAYERING A CHANNEL IN DISTRESS

August 19th, 2016|News/Blog|

Faced with conditions such as steep slopes, soft sandy soils, a heavy sediment load and very shallow utilities, HydroTurf® was placed head to head with rock riprap…and won.   The Town of Parker, Colorado, faced a number of challenges with the Robinson Ranch swale project.  The channel, originally designed with a layer of rock riprap [...]

Watershed Geo Acquires Seasoned Waste Professional as VP of Solid Waste

June 14th, 2016|News/Blog|

Watershed Geo, a geosynthetics company specializing in engineered solutions for waste containment, erosion control and soil stabilization, has announced the appointment of David Cieply to Vice President of Solid Waste Market. Cieply brings more than 30 years of management experience to Watershed, with core expertise in landfill management and operations. Based in Alpharetta, Cieply will [...]

Picturesque Portola Landfill in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

May 14th, 2016|Videos|