The use of impermeable membranes (including waterproofing membranes, oil and chemical membranes) is one of the simplest, most economical methods of oil, chemical or water containment.
All containment projects require both high quality materials and the expertise to ensure that they are installed safely, effectively and that they meet all regulations.
Reeve-Tec Membranes Ltd has over 10 years experience in the field of water containment using waterproofing membranes, as well as oil and chemical containment and use Firestone EDPM, HDPE and LDPE membranes. Product Data available upon request.
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Reeve-Tec Membranes Ltd offers a full installation service for containment membranes. Our in-house specialised installation service enables us to deliver a ‘right first time‘ system for containment projects. We also offer installation of geo membranes for use in canal leakage and on the bottom & sides of a landfill to remove the leakage problem.
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Containment around storage tanks to prevent contamination in the event of leakage of oil or chemicals.
Water Storage (Water Containment using Waterproofing Membranes)
Balancing reservoirs for car parks and roads to control input of run-off into the sewage system. Irrigation for agriculture and horticulture. Nursery reservoirs. Firewater ponds.
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Ornamental and Leisure ponds
Ornamental ponds around offices and Lakes for leisure/golf courses.
Used for tertiary cleaning or polishing of organic waste, utilising the natural action of bacteria associated with rhizomes.
Watertight covering for concrete roofs, to prevent contamination of potable water.
Temporary Waterproofing Membranes
Temporary Waterproofing membranes for new build housing, to prevent damage to show homes through the cavities during construction. Waterproofing membranes are also used for tunneling water containment systems.
Capping of completed landfills, and vertical barriers.
Photographs showing installation process