Recent Projects

New York City Department of Sanitation Fresh Kills Landfill, Staten Island, New York  

Final Cover of Section 1/9 of the Fresh Kills Landfill for approximately 320 areas including a geocomposite gas venting layer with passive gas vents at selected locations, a 40 mil linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) geomembrane, and a drainage geocomposite or geotextile as required. The stormwater management system as designed includes an array of swales, embankments, service roads, slope drain piping, culverts, gabions, drop inlets, down chutes, rip-rap aprons, and other features as required. Fresh Kills Landfill is the largest landfill in the world. 

 

Cumberland County Improvement Authority Phase VI Development & Leachate Pump Station Improvements, Millville, New Jersey  

Atlantic Lining was the general contractor for this project. Installation included construction of three double-lined, solid-waste landfill cells (Cells 7, 8 & 9), construction of leachate collection/conveyance system components such as pump buildings and leachate force main related to the new solid-waste landfill cells, construction of storm water management system components related to new solid-waste landfill cells and modifications of and improvements to existing leachate conveyance system (i.e., pump stations and pipeline).  

 

Orlando Utilities Commission Stanton Energy Center Lined Pond Construction, Orlando, Florida  

Orlando Utilities Commission is an electric and water municipal serving Orlando, Florida and portions of surrounding Orange County. Atlantic Lining constructed four lined ponds including a seepage collection layer, gas vent layer, geomembrane liner installation, and geocomposite drainage layer installation.  

PWD- Belmont Raw Water Basin Improvements, Upper Belmont Reservoir, Philadelphia, PA 

Atlantic Lining performed the basin inboard slope liner upgrade portion of this project. This included installation of new geomembrane liner along with soil-cement infilled geocell, which acts as a protective overliner for the slopes. 

Nantucket- Nantucket Landfill Phase 3A Expansion, Nantucket, MA  

This project required Atlantic Lining Company to install a primary and secondary liner system for a new cell at the Nantucket Landfill. This included the installation of geosynthetic clay liner (GCL), high density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembrane, and tri-planar geocomposite.  

Atlantic Lining also installed a leachate collection pipe system through the cell to a storage tank. This system will effectively transport and dispose of the harmful leachate liquids from this landfill cell. 

LBR- Little Blue Run Disposal Area, Hancock County, West Virginia 

For this project, the scope of work for Atlantic Lining included the installation of both smooth and textured high-density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembrane and nonwoven geotextile. ALCO has completed the first of three phases of this 70 acre cap in 2017.

Atlantic County Municipal Utilities Authority, Egg Harbor Township, NJ Cell #9

The construction of Cell #9 work includes but is not limited to clearing and grubbing, removal of existing vegetation and topsoil, subgrade excavation, import fill and placement, installation of geosynthetic clay liner, 60 mil HDPE, geocomposite drainage net, leachate collection system, import and installation of drainage sand, pump station construction, force main and electrical feeder installation.

Brookhaven Landfill, Town of Brookhaven, NY Cell 6 Phase VII & VIII

The landfill baseliner is a double composite lining system consisting of a combination of bentonite amended soil, geosynthetic clay liner (GCL), high density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembrane, geosynthetic drainage media, and natural soil drainage media.  Phases VII & VIII also include provisions to collect, pump, and discharge leachate generated within these landfill phases to the existing on-site leachate management systems.

Upon completion of construction of the landfill baseliner the installation was required to demonstrate that the primary lining system does not leak more than 20 gallons per acre per day over a minimum period of 30 days.  The finished liner may also be subjected to a geoelectric leak survey.

 New Jersey Industrial Cap

The projects scope of work includes, a solid waste landfill cap with a geomembrane liner, stormwater management design, and an active gas collection system to collect and treat landfill gases generated within the capping area.