waste water logoons and ponds

Ponds are frequently man-made, or expanded beyond their original depth and bounds. Among their many uses, ponds provide water for agriculture and livestock, aid in habitat restoration, serve as fish hatcheries, are components of landscape architecture, may store thermal energy as solar ponds, and treat wastewater as treatment ponds. Geosynthetics are used in various applications for waste water facilities. The most common use is in lagoons operating with anaerobic and aerobic lagoon processes. Other applications include enhanced evaporation of wastewater and sludge dewatering by permeable geotextile geotubes. Geosynthetics also have proved to be an inexpensive alternative to refurbishing older concrete, clay or steel-lined structures that have begun to crack and leak over time

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