Enviro-Pro offers a complete range of non-woven geotextile fabrics that meet or exceed industry specifications.

Here are the types of Geotextiles we offer:

-  Non-Woven

  -  Lightweight Non-woven

  -  Heavy Weight, Non-woven

  -  Full Woven

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Non-woven Geotextiles

Enviro-Pro’s non-woven geotextile fabrics offer superior drainage, filtration, separation, and soil reinforcement for a number of applications. Non-woven geotextile fabrics are often used for construction projects such as roads, railways and landfills. This type of geotextile fabric is also commonly used to protect geomembrane lining systems from interior and exterior penetrations, and underlying base materials.

Enviro-Pro offers a complete range of non-woven geotextile fabrics that meet or exceed industry specifications.

Lightweight Non-woven Geotextiles

Lightweight, non-woven geotextiles (3-5oz.) are most commonly used in drainage applications. They are ideal for filtration due to high flow rates and small openings. In addition, lightweight, non-woven geotextiles are used as weed barriers in landscaping applications as well as separator fabric under paving.

AASHTO M288-99

Heavy Weight, Non-woven Geotextiles

Heavy weight non-woven geotextiles (10 oz. to 16 oz.) are commonly used as a geomembrane cushion. Placing a non-woven geotextile above or below the geomembrane helps protect it from punctures. Heavy weight, non-woven geotextiles are also used for railroad stabilization. When placed under the track, non-woven geotextiles prevent intermixing of the ballast with the soil below.

Geomembrane Installation Guide

Woven Geotextiles

Enviro-Pro’s woven geotextiles are available in a variety of strengths. Used to distribute loads over a larger surface area, woven geotextiles reduce the need for costly undercutting and overall fill requirements. Woven geotextiles are used for a number of applications, including erosion protection, paved road construction, sediment control, subsurface drainage and more. Working alone or in conjunction with our geogrid, Enviro-Pro’s woven geotextile fabrics ensure reinforcement for a wide variety of surfaces.

EP-AASHTO M288 Selection Chart

Engineering Uses – Geotextiles


Biaxial Geogrid

Enviro-Pro's Biaxial Geogrids are used to improve the performance of aggregate base course materials supporting both paved and unpaved roads. The Geogrid provide confinement (lateral stability) of unbounded base courses improving the vertical stress distribution characteristics. Confinement is achieved by the Geogrids restraining the lateral and vertical deformation of the aggregate, which is locked into the aperture openings of the product during placement and compaction of the aggregate. The reinforcement (strength) is achieved by applying vertical stress causing the lateral and vertical deformation of both the aggregate and the Geogrid.

Construction workers with Geogrid


Enviro-Pro's Geocell can perform as its own self-sustaining road using aggregate or sand to disperse weight over a larger area. It is honeycomb in shape and comprised of HDPE welded together for stabilization applications and to prevent slope erosion. Being permeable and flexible in nature, our Geocell allows for vegetative growth and drainage while also creating a defensive framework for slopes and retaining walls.

Common Applications

  • Retaining Walls
  • Steepened Slopes
  • Embankments Over Soft Soils
  • Landfills
  • Void Bridging
  • Pavement Reinforcement
Geocell road use

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