TWI Company Accreditation

2020-12-23T13:58:15+00:00

TWI Company Accreditation Landfill Projects are one of only a handful of companies to have moved past the ‘Working towards’ TWI Company Accreditation and achieved Full TWI Company Accreditation. The accreditation allows Landfill Projects to continue to be able to undertake landfill geosynthetic lining works in accordance with updated Environment Agency requirements. [...]

Capping Project, Whinney Hill Landfill, Lancashire

2020-12-17T11:57:21+00:00

Capping Project, Whinney Hill Landfill, Lancashire Following on from the successful completion of the 2018/2019 - 23,000m2 1mm geomembrane temporary cap and wind anchorage geotextile installation, Landfill Projects were awarded the 2019/2020 - 15,000m2 1mm geomembrane temporary cap and wind anchorage geotextile works. Works are now finished having been completed in challenging conditions with [...]

GCL Installation, Albion, Derbyshire

2018-11-21T20:16:24+00:00

GCL Installation, Albion, Derbyshire Landfill Projects were commissioned by G A Smith to complete the installation of 27,000m² Geosynthetic Clay Liner at Albion Landfill Site. Due to the time of year, the works were scheduled intermittently to coincide with favourable weather conditions.  Our highly experienced Lining Division worked closely with our client to ensure [...]

Odour Control Project, Lancashire (Phase 2)

2018-10-23T14:23:41+01:00

Odour Control Project, Lancashire (Phase 2)   Following works carried out under Phase 1 of this project, one area of site remained susceptible to H²s outbreak.  The uncapped area was an extremely steep banking. Lining of the steep descent presented a challenge in terms of designing a method of installation that ensured [...]

Odour Control Project, Lancashire (Phase 1)

2018-10-23T13:20:21+01:00

Odour Control Project, Lancashire (Phase 1) Following installation of a Gas Collection System for the site's Gas Operators, we were requested to provide assistance with odour control issues encountered by our client as a result of  an aggressive H²s outbreak. We conducted an assessment of the source and  current extent of the [...]

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