Impermeable liners are a type of material that is used to create a barrier that does not allow liquids or gases to pass through. They are typically made of a type of plastic such as polyethylene, PVC or EPDM. Impermeable liners are used in a wide variety of applications, including landfill liners, pond liners, canal liners, and containment systems for hazardous materials. They are chosen for their durability and chemical resistance. The primary benefit of using an impermeable liner is that it helps to prevent leaks or spills of liquids or gases from escaping into the surrounding environment. Impermeable liners are also used in the construction of underground storage tanks, waste lagoons, and other similar structures. They are also used in containment of water and used as a barrier in order to prevent the migration of contaminated water.
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