COMANCO Team Pushes Hard to Place 36″ Pipe

The COMANCO crew worked hard today to get two (2) 36″ HDPE pipes up a gyp stack slope on a project in Central Florida. The pipes are part of a drainage system for one of the ditches on the gyp …

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COMANCO – East Coast Update

COMANCO Environmental has been hard at work on the gyp stack project on the east coast. Since the latest update, approximately 360,000 SF of 60-mil textured HDPE liner and 295,000 SF of 60-mil smooth HDPE liner have been installed. Total …

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COMANCO Project in Northwestern Utah

Work is complete on a COMANCO project in northwestern Utah. The project consisted of deploying 2′ geocomposite vent strips and 2 layers of 60-mil DS textured high-density polyethylene (HDPE) geomembrane for a new landfill liquid waste pond. The project included …

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COMANCO Completes Confined Space Entry Project

COMANCO recently performed a project near central Florida that included a confined space entry permit. The project consisted of a 200 mil thick HDPE SureGrip liner that embeds into a concrete pour, and protects the concrete from corrosive gas once …

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COMANCO Completes Florida Polytechnic University Lined Ponds

This week COMANCO completed the lined ponds at the Florida Polytechnic University located in central Florida. The project consisted of 7 ponds with a 60 mil HDPE Smooth Geomembrane liner installed and connected to the concrete walkways with HDPE embed …

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Continuous Performance Improvement

At COMANCO we strive to create a work environment where our employees can do their best. On a regular basis COMANCO managers and supervisors meet with the employees to discuss ideas and provide on-going constructive feedback: what is going great …

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Welcoming New Employees

COMANCO is pleased to welcome Gregory Pignataro, Project Engineer.  Gregory started with COMANCO as a temporary employee on February 17, 2014 and became an official employee as of May 12, 2014. Greg earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from …

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Coal Ash Landfill – Central Florida

COMANCO is currently working on the installation of a multi-layer geosynthetics system in a coal ash runoff pond in Central Florida. The project includes two cells of approx. 4.5 acres each. Each cell is made up of a four layer …

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