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ORGANIZED BY:
IGS - SPAIN
International Geosynthetics Society Spanish Chapter
www.igs-espana.com

Under the auspices of the International Geosynthetics Society (IGS)

EXECUTIVE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE FOR EUROGEO5:

President:
Angel Leiro

General Secretary:
Pedro Abad
pedro.abad@igs-espana.com

IGS SPAIN CONTACT:
Pedro Abad (secretary treasurer)
+34 902 820 200

REGISTRATIONS AND TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SECRETARY:
Tilesa Kenes Spain
Tel. +34 91 361 26 00
Fax: +34 91 355 92 08
E:mail: eurogeo5@kenes.com

GENERAL INFORMATION:
info@eurogeo5.org
www.eurogeo5.org

EXHIBITION AND SPONSORSHIP:
sponsor@eurogeo5.org

Spanish IGS Chapter 

Programmes
Dates of interest

Call for papers
15 June 2012 Notification of acceptance of papers

Registration period dates
Before 15/6/2012 Pre-registration
After 15/6/2012 Registration

Exhibition dates

Early bird Application

a. IGS member exhibitor: 4,000€
• Application dates: 11 August to 30 September 2011
• 50% advance payment due before 1 October 2011
• 50% balance due before 1 February 2012

b. Non-IGS member exhibitor: 6,000€
• Application dates: 1 September to 1 November 2011
• 50% advance payment due before 1 December 2011
• 50% balance due before 1 February 2012

Reservation

c. IGS member exhibitor: 5,500€
• Application dates: 1 October 2011 to 1 May 2012
• Full payment

d. Non-IGS member exhibitor: 7,000€
• Application dates: 2 November 2012 to 1 May 2012
• Full payment


Short Courses Dates

COURSE A
INTRODUCTION TO GEOSYNTHETICS.
USE AND DESIGN CRITERIA


Date: Sunday, 16 September 2012

  • Geotextiles and related products. Nature, properties and experimental methodology
  • Polymeric Geosynthetic barriers (GBR-P). Nature, properties and experimental methodology
  • Geosynthetic design criteria for hydraulic works
  • Geosynthetic design criteria for lineal works
  • Geosynthetic design criteria for landfills

COURSE B
CONTROL AND QUALITY ASSURANCE OF GEOSYNTHETICS IN LANDFILLS

Date:Sunday, 16 September 2012

  • Materials and construction process of landfills.
  • Description of construction quality control processes and control quality assurance (CQC/CQA), identification of individual and entity responsibilities, and analysis of relevant components of CQC/CQA
  • CQC/CQA procedures (observations, tests, test frequency, corrective actions and documents) for the different materials
  • Geomembrane damage and integrity control methods

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