The Geosynthetic Institute (GSI) will sponsor a webinar, “IGS Electrical Leak Location Seminar Series Ep. 4,” on May 14, from 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m. CDT.
The webinar will explain ASTM D8265: The new standard practice for covered geomembrane testing.
The aim of the newly published standard practice for covered geomembrane electrical leak location testing is to locate all leaks in a lining system. Limitations and inadequacies of the previously used covered geomembrane standard practice (ASTM D7007) are all addressed and mitigated by the D8265 procedures. The new standard not only maximizes the sensitivity of the testing methods, but also forces the practitioner to report results in a way that is completely transparent. Therefore, mistakes and uncertainty cannot be hidden. This webinar will cover all aspects of the new standard practice, not only for practitioners, but also for anyone interested in reviewing testing results such as owners, design engineers and contractors.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
· How to properly prepare a site for a covered geomembrane survey
· How ASTM D8265 prescribes the documentation of site conditions
· Site response current and what this measurement means
· Voltage mapping for the two different types of site conditions
· Zero leak documentation
Abigail Gilson, P.E., Senior Engineer, TRI/Environmental Inc.
Abigail Gilson has more than seventeen years of diverse civil engineering experience and is a registered civil engineer in multiple states including New York, where she resides. She spent the first part of her career as a containment facility design engineer and joined TRI in 2012 to focus solely on the implementation and innovation of electrical leak location technologies. She has more than fourteen years and 160 million square feet of electrical leak location experience. Her contribution to the field of electrical leak location includes numerous published technical papers, educational seminars, presentations world-wide, and chairing the ASTM committee for the recent revisions and additions to the ASTM Standard Guide and Practices.
The webinar is free to students and industry professionals. To register, click here.