Photo of the Month: Eagle Lakes sewer ponds

We can’t get enough of the Eagle Lake sewer ponds project from 2012. An eight-man crew from International Lining Technology installed more than 120,000 square feet of liners to this project in California’s Lassen National Forest. It was a beautiful place to work for a year. International Lining Technology is one of the nation’s leading […]

Project of the Month: Huffaker Hills Reservoir

April’s project of the month is close to headquarters with the Huffaker Hills Reservior in Reno, Nevada. In December, Superintendent Gilberto Mendoza and 12 other employees installed 60-mil textured HDPE, ballast and batten at the reservoir and water containment project. Since it was a two-minute drive from our offices, project manager Sean Gill was able […]

Meet new International Lining Technology hire Sviatoslav Russky

International Lining Technology would like to introduce our new estimating assistant Sviatoslav Russky. He is working part-time as he is currently a senior at the University of Nevada, Reno earning a bachelor’s degree in geophysics with a minor in statistics. He will join the office full-time in May when he graduates. Russky will be supporting […]

Industry News: Importance of protecting drinking water

International Lining Technology would like to recognize other great work being done in the geosynthetics industry, particularly those who are making an effort to educate others about sustainability. BTL Liners is exploring the uses of reinforced polyethylene material as liner materials. We follow their blog and stumbled upon a great blog post from January about “Secondary […]