News and Notes

How To Choose A Coal Ash Pond Lining Installation Company

Every year, America’s coal-fired power plants produce about 140 million tons of coal ash, making coal combustion residuals (CCR) the second-largest waste stream in the country. That’s a lot of solid waste, and it’s waste that contains high levels of arsenic, lead, selenium and other cancer-causing substances that America’s community leaders would rather not have in […]

ILT 2017 Sporting Clays Shoot

With the Nevada mining crowd attending the annual Elko Mining Expo on June 8th and 9th, International Lining Technology likes to take the opportunity to meet with friends and hosts an annual Sporting Clays Shoot. The shoot is located in the beautiful hills of Eastern Nevada at the Spring Creek Trap & Skeet Range. This […]

Horrors of improperly lined ponds

Whether on a golf course, winery, or mining site, proper pond liner preparation and management could save companies millions in damages. Installation of geosynthetic liners could prevent soil erosion and water leakage. In some instances, the soil environment cannot hold water as well as other types of soil with different compositions of clay. In this […]

Photo of the Month: Spring Creek Phase 3

International Lining Technology’s photos of the month come from the Spring Creek Phase 3 project in Redding, California. Dave Hartman took the photos in September 2011. ILT is one of the nation’s leading geosynthetic and geomembrane contractors and we offer pond, pit, pad and canal lining services. Our projects allow us to take some amazing […]

Project of the Month: Dominguez Hills Golf Course

This month’s featured project takes us to the Dominguez Hills Golf Course in Carson, California. A crew of four employees, including superintendent Juan Ayala, completed the project in September 2013. They installed more than 560,000 square feet of GCL. International Lining Technology is one of the nation’s leading geosynthetic and geomembrane contractors.    

Work in Progress: Barrick Goldstrick Mine

International Lining Technology crews are currently working on a project out at Barrick Goldstrike mine in Elko, Nevada. Superintendent Dave Hartman and his crew of 12, started the large project in August. They have currently installed approximately 959,000 SF of materials. The Barrick Goldstrike mine produced more than 1.05 million ounces of gold in 2015. […]

Geosynthetics industry reports released

A slew of industry reports related to the geosynthetics industry were released in September. Several market-research companies looked at the health of the market globally and nationally, as well as spotting trends. One company analyzed the clay liner market. Global Geosynthetic Clay Liner Market Research Report 2016 Decision Databases analysts provided data on growth, industry […]

Photo of the Month: Neal Road Modules

          International Lining Technology had the honor of working on the Neal Road Modules 1 and 3 in Oroville, California. Superintendent Gilberto Mendoza took this photo in September 2014. ILT is one of the nation’s leading geosynthetics and geomembrane contractors and we offer pond, pit, pad and canal lining services. Our […]

Project of the Month: Coeur Rochester Mine Stage 3

This month, we feature a recently completed mine project in Lovelock, Nevada. During June, 14 International Lining Technology crew members installed 367,500 square feet of 80 mill HD, textiles and GCL at the Coeur Rochester Stage 3 project. This mining/heap leach operation is a silver and gold mine. It is located on more than 10,000 […]

Geosynthetic clay liners provide high absorbency

Geosynthetic clay liners are key to many of International Lining Technology’s containment projects. This month, we explore the uses of this material or GCL for short. The product is a material where bentonite or other clay is bonded between two woven or nonwoven geotextiles to slow seepage. The primary uses are in landfills and fluid […]