Bali’s First Modern Landfill Design


Bangli Regional Landfill in Indonesia’s Bali province is located about 60km outside of Denpasar, the provincial capital and home to more than 500,000 residents. The region hosts Ngurah Rai International Airport - the main entry point into Bali - and numerous tourist destinations along Bali’s popular white sands beaches. When the Indonesian [...]

Double take: Bentofix® GCL and the Miyagi earthquake


The Shibusawa agricultural pond in Yamamoto Town, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, has the unique distinction of having been built twice with geo-synthetic clay liners (GCLs), both times to the client’s satisfaction, and without having experienced any failure in engineering or product performance. The pond, which is located with-in a golf course, serves as [...]

Dynamic Duo Down Under: Carbofol® and Bentofix®


When one of Australia’s largest landfills sought to expand, engineers were concerned about the potential impact on groundwater, as well as the overall site’s integrity. The new cell would need to be asymmetrical and utilize a steep-slope footprint, which presented challenges for designing in a secure barrier system and proper drainage management. [...]



LINING OF LAKE USING BENTOFIX® NSP 4000 GEOSYHTHETIC CLAY LINER XIA MEN University is the first renowned Chinese university to expand outside China. It is in line with the Malaysian Government vision and augurs well with the Malaysian Government’s aspiration to establish itself as the regional hub for higher education in [...]

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