Sites built to support these processes require that a coordinated infrastructure is in place for managing the “cradle-to-grave” handling and monitoring of the waste. Terre Armée is constantly involved in working with government agencies, communities, public utilities, manufacturers, retailers, and industrial operators in dealing with their waste management infrastructure.
For Terre Armée, dealing with these challenges faced by the stakeholders is a natural course of business for our teams. Furnishing designs and materials for building a micro site-specific network of roads, delivery stations, processing stations, and landfills is routine for our teams.
- Elevated dump-station retaining walls
- Stabilized earth embankments
- Conveyance tunnels
- Containment landfills, pits, and reservoirs
- Capping nets and drainage systems
Elevated dump stations and landfills
Elevated transfer dumping stations are normally configured with elevated platforms for transferring waste from truckloads. Waste is dumped vertically onto or into catching basins for gathering and transferring the refuse to a processing station. Reinforced Earth MSE walls are ideal for configuring these transfer stations.
This initial process might involve the separation of waste as either recyclable or end-of-use. This step involves a process for resource recovery and separation. The resource recovery process for recycling typically involves secondary handling and sometimes repeats the initial process. In some cases, conveyors are required to reclaim this waste. TechSpan® reclaim tunnels are ideally suited for conveyance of these resources to the recyling processing facility.
Structures that are designed to support the disposal and management of end-of-life waste to be impounded in landfills or reservoirs can be complex. For landfills, Terre Armée offers eco-friendly solutions for containment and seepage control, drainage, and capping. Containment controls will normally involve reinforced soil walls and embankments, capping membranes, liners, and geocomposite drainage/aeration filters. TerraFlow geonet drainage composites is one example of Terre Armée’s solutions used for effective drainage and mitigating escape of gas and liquid of ponding leachate, brine and wastewater.
Designing and building reservoirs for permanent or temporary disposal and containment of industrial waste and by-product requires carefully detailed plans. Terre Armee companies are aligned with our associate companies (Carpi, Soletanche Bachy, Sixense) to deliver the necessary waterproofing, cutoff structures, and monitorization of the total siteworks for your waste management infrastructure needs.