Geotextile is described as a permeable and polymer fabric which, when used in association with soil, possess the ability to separate, filter, reinforce, protect, or drain.
- Extremely robust and durable.
- High in strength, but extremely light making them easier for handling and laying on site.
- Exceptional tear-strength, allowing for maximum slope support, stabilization and erosion control.
They are used in the construction of roads, drains, harbour works, and breakwaters, and for land reclamation and many other civil engineering purposes.