"The use of impermeable liners on well pads to contain spills should be a "best practice" used by the entire industry."
Michael Arthur
Co-Director Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research (MCOR)/Geologist Penn State University from Williamsport Sun Gazette 11/18/10
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Polyurea Business Profiles

Description: 12 Gauge Secondary Containment Steel Wall Systems using environmentally friendly, seamless geotextile and spray polyurea liners. Our 12.5' diameter foam | Polyurea Tank Bases have also been utilized in certain circumstances.
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Description: Our patented Secondary Containment Foam | Polyurea Railroad Tie Wall Systems using environmentally friendly, seamless geotextile and spray polyurea liners.
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Description: Polyurea coated front Cattle Guard and Rear Commercial Bumper for a Dodge 3500
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Description: Polyurea encapsulated sump tanks
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Description: A 200 X 250' geotextile and spray polyurea well pad liner with 162 of our steel frame / timber 8X40’ RigMats. The mats can then be removed and the same polyurea liner can be used for the fracing process, as the drilling. Because of the durability associated with the polyurea well pad liner, after the frac, the liner can then be cut up, cleaned, removed, and relocated with the RigMats as a package to the next location and reinstalled for 1/4th the original price.
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Description: A 57X57' and a 27X100' 12 gauge steel 36 inch high secondary containment barrier wall with 32 secured custom manufactured steel feet. The barrier walls contains a geotextile and spray polyurea containment liner, each having 6 - A.S.S. custom polyurethane foam and polyurea 12.5' tank bases.
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Description: A 26 X 68' geotextile and polyurea secondary containment liner with an A.S.S. patent pending foam railroad tie berming system for multiple mud mixing stations, fuel cells, and production equipment.
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Description: 72,000 SqFt geotextile and polyurea well pad liner with 1,080 linear ft of polyurethane foam and polyurea railroad tie berms.
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Description: A 46X46' 12 gauge steel 36 inch high secondary containment barrier wall with 32 secured custom manufactured steel feet. The barrier wall contains a geotextile and spray polyurea containment liner, with 4 - A.S.S. custom polyurethane foam and polyurea 12.5' tank bases.
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Description: A 40 X 70' Concrete tank with a Polyurea liner for a Hydro-Recovery Frac Water Recycling Plant.
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Description: 36' x 85' 12 gauge steel 36 inch high secondary containment barrier wall with 32 secured custom manufactured steel feet. The barrier wall contains a custom colored geotextile and spray polyurea containment liner, with 4 - A.S.S. customer polyurethane foam and polyurea 12.5' tank bases.
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Description: Polyurea lined 2000 gallon Concrete Septic Tanks
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Description: 85 X 145' secondary containment liner with berms comprised of geotextile and polyurea, along with geotextile and polyurea sealed lids for 3 mud mixing tanks located on the containment liner.
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Job Description: 60,000 sqft Reusable Geotextile and Spray Polyurea Well Pad Containment Liner
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Job Description: 50 X 100" Reusable Geotextile & Spray Polyurea Frac Tank Containment Liner w/ 12" Polyurea Sealed Berms.
Installation Time: 6hrs
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Job Description: 16 X 16 X 4" Indoor Steel and Polyurea Containment Wash Bin & 2 - 8 X 8" Portable Steel and Polyurea Containment Wash Bins
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