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Strata opens new manufacturing facility in India

15th Feb 2019

Strata Geosystems, a global leader in the soil reinforcement industry, opened a new manufacturing facility on February 11, 2019 in India to meet the growing demand for geotechnical products in India and abroad. The plant was constructed using Strata’s own technical textiles for flooring, internal roads, water-proofing, etc, proving the products’...

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TN seeks suggestions on use of geosynthetics in state

21st Dec 2018

The state government of Tamil Nadu is seeking suggestions about how geosynthetics could be utilised for infrastructural development in the state. This was said by Kumar Jayant, principal secretary handlooms, textiles and khadi department, at a seminar on geosynthetics at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International School of Textiles and Management...

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BIG to present ready-to-use woven geotextiles at ICG

15th Sep 2018

Beaulieu International Group (BIG) will showcase industry-leading polypropylene (PP) staple fibres for heavy-duty and lightweight nonwoven geotextiles, ready-to-use woven geotextiles and solutions for geocomposites at the 11th International Conference on Geosynthetics ICG 2018 to be held during September 16 to 21 in the South Korean capital Seoul.

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New ASTM standard for geosynthetic clay liners

3rd Aug 2018

ASTM International has released a new standard D8204 to help those who construct and install geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs), which are used to help with containment for landfills, coal combustion residual storage cells, mining operations, and remediation and environmental protection projects. ASTM’s committee on geosynthetics has developed the...

ASTM releases new geosynthetics standard for soil erosion
ASTM releases new geosynthetics standard for soil erosion

4th Apr 2018

The committee of ASTM International, a globally recognised leader in the development and delivery of voluntary consensus standards, has released a new international standard that supports geosynthetic cementitious composite mats (GCCM), a new family of materials that can help control erosion, protect slopes and berms, and line ditches and culverts.

Coir geo-textile to fortify Kerala’s Kuttiyadi canal
Coir geo-textile to fortify Kerala’s Kuttiyadi canal

29th Dec 2017

Coir geo-textile will be used to fortify a 60-km stretch of the Kuttiyadi canal in Kerala under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). Forty three village local self-governing bodies or panchayats, three municipalities and the Kozhikode city corporation will support the eco-friendly conservation initiative.

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Kerala to create 'Kerala coir' brand, set up marketing firm

13th Oct 2017

Indian state Kerala has chalked out a five-year plan to create and promote a ‘Kerala coir’ brand, set up of a marketing firm to push traditional as well as modern products in the domestic and global markets and co-brand coir, according to state finance minister TM Thomas Issac. The Rs 1,310-crore plan will be implemented this fiscal with private sector ...

Guyana’s NAREI to install geotextile groynes in Essequibo
Guyana’s NAREI to install geotextile groynes in Essequibo

18th Sep 2017

Guyana’s National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) in Mon Repos recently signed an agreement with Georgetown-based Samaroo Investment to install geotextile tubes to form groynes — barriers built out into the sea from a beach to check erosion and drifting — along the foreshore at Reliance on the Essequibo coast to boost sea defence.

Coir Board to boost geo textiles usage and research
Coir Board to boost geo textiles usage and research

28th Jun 2017

To boost research and commercial use of coir geo textiles, Coir Board of India is all geared up for collaboration with an Australian University and Australian Research Council. In an attempt to increase the production of geo textiles of the Coir Board, the Central Coir Research Institute (CCRI), Kerala has developed a fully automatic powerloom.

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