Rosehill Gardens, Sydney, NSW
28 March 2017
28 March 2017
Waste Management Association of Australia
02 8746 5055
This one-day workshop held will focus on the Construction Quality Assurance (CQA) of geosynthetic liners, which play an important role in a landfill's performance. A CQA plan consists of several components, and the interaction and contribution of each is critical in the success of an advanced, yet cost effective project CQA.
The workshop will assess the current process, issues and the important parameters to be considered for an effective CQA plan - from project conception through to project construction and completion. It will cover owners and regulators involvement and accountability, design and specifications, materials and equipment, vendor selection, installation, third party quality assurance, field work and CQA testing.
The presentations by well-known international and local speakers, along with discussion sessions, will present the best global and local experience along with the most recent findings and best practice for a successful CQA.
This Australia-first event offers a unique opportunity for the waste industry to share concerns and ideas about QC & QA, and hear from the international and local experts on the requirements for a successful, cost effective geosynthetics CQA plan.