Geotextiles are produced from chemically-resistant synthetic fibers into a flexible, porous fabric. To prevent biodegrading, geotextiles are knitted or matted together by heat-sealing or needle punching. Historically, these products have been used in roadway construction, but because the physical properties can vary dramatically, we can generate a solution for civil applications as well. 

Great Lakes Lining provides geotextile that can help control erosion, increase slope stability, provide venting for gas collection, and offer other important functions on any jobsite. Our team is available to assess your project and identify the proper product to meet your needs.