EPI Fabricates Liner for a Mine in Southeast Idaho

COMANCO Environmental has recently begun deployment of PVC liner for Agrium Mine in  Southeast Idaho.

Agrium, mines and processes phosphate, potash and nitrogen fertilizers that help U.S. farmers feed the world.  

EPI fabricated over a million sq ft of PVC liner and geotextile for seven separate ponds and three separate ditches.

Also PVC rub sheets,  ballast tubes, and access ladders for the ponds were fabricated by EPI.

The COMANCO team  installated  1 million SF of PVC, 400,000 SF of 8oz geotextile, and 7,400 LF of strip drains.


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EPI Employee of the 3rd Quarter

Congrats to Chet Toth!
EPI Employee of the 3rd Quarter
Chet has worked for EPI for 3 and 1/2 years. He grew up in the Ionia, Michigan and attended Mancelona High School.Working at EPI, he likes working with his coworkers and all the different projects they work on.  Chet is married with one son and two dogs.
Away from work he enjoys being with his son.
At EPI he has worked on numerous projects, fabricating and installing millions of square feet of liner. Including the record setting, Columbus Upground Reservoir.
Chet is always committed in getting the job done.
Keep up the good work Chet!

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Digging Up the Past

Couple team members from EPI, spent a couple days in Mancelona, at EPI’s old plant, digging up old test pond liners. The first three liners, 36 Mil XR5, 50 Mil PVC and 30 Mil PVC were placed 27 years ago in 1986. The liners vary in product type, age and supplier. It was a dirty job but stay tuned to learn more about the process and testing















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