Last chance to be a presenter at GeoAmericas 2016 conference

One of the best ways to get your name out to the geosynthetics industry is to present at a conference. Today is the deadline to submit abstracts for the GeoAmericas 2016, the third Pan-American conference on geosynthetics. The gathering of engineers, academic-related professionals, facility owners, regulators and installers, such as International Lining Technology, will be […]

Photo of the Month: Salton City landfill

This month, International Lining Technology features photos from our recent project in Salton City, California. Project superintendent Ruben Altamirano took the photos of the Salton City landfill in December.   ILT is one of the nation’s leading geosynthetics and geomembrane contractors, and we offer pond, pit, pad and canal lining services. Our projects take us […]

Project of the Month: Crazy Horse Landfill

This month, International Lining Technology would like to revisit a project from 2011. Our company was hired to install more than 2 million square feet of 50 Mil LLDPE, Supergrip net and 50 Mil Microspike at the Crazy Horse Landfill in Salinas, California. Our crew of more that 15 employees worked from June 2011 until […]

Congratulations to new superintendent Josue Gonzalez

International Lining Technology would like to congratulate Josue Gonzalez, who was promoted to superintendent. Gonzalez previously worked in quality control and was a supervisor in training for the company. In his new role, he will be overseeing his installation crew, coordinate paperwork related to each job, work as a liaison with project contractors, communicating with […]

Report: Growth seen in geosynthetics industry through 2020

The geosynthetics industry is on track for continued growth through 2020, according to a new report released by market research firm, Persistence Market Research. The firm predicts that demands from government infrastructure upgrades, transportation and some green projects, such as wind energy have driven the industry so far. We should see further growth in waste […]