A geomembrane is a very low permeability synthetic membrane liner or barrier used with any geotechnical engineering related material so as to control fluid (liquid or gas) migration in a human-made project, structure, or system.
Geonets are often laminated with geotextiles on one or both surfaces and are then referred to as drainage geocomposites.
Nonwoven geotextiles are permeable geosynthetics161 made of nonwoven materials used with soil, rock, or other geotechnical-related material as an integral part of a civil engineering project, structure, or system.
"Woven geotextiles" are a type of geotextiles which are manufactured by interlacing two or more sets of yarns, fibers, filaments, tapes, or other elements.
Erosion control matting is a rolled erosion control product, also known as an erosion control blanket. Rolled erosion control products stabilize the soil in order to mitigate erosion and provide an environment for vegetation to establish.
A biaxial geogrid is a geosynthetic compound made out of polypropylene polymers and are primarily used to reinforce and stabilise soils.
Uniaxial geogrids carry high tensile loads applied in one direction (along the roll length). Their open aperture structure interlocks with fill material to provide superior load transfer from the soil to the geogrid.