Research & Development Project: RWP
This innovative project is in line with our mission: Protect what matters in major industries.
Works for single or double insulation
Works for several membrane type and dimension
Reusable even after a membrane repair
Can measure leak flow
Can be used during installation and normal use
Can potentially measure membrane aging (In research with Queens University)
BEAP | RWP
RWP team’s ambition is to detect and locate contaminated water leaks using sensors connected in real-time. We also want to calculate membrane aging. With restraining regulation and environmental standards, RWP will become mandatory.
RWP idea is currently the subject of a research project at the University of Queens in Ontario. The research team is helping us to calculate membrane aging precisely. It is a real challenge to get rid of false positives in an underground application. RWP team has the objective to reduce significantly contaminated water leaks into the groundwater tables and surrounding waterways. It will be easier for the maintenance team to react accordingly and plan a repair or a complete change of membrane by providing real-time data.
Decontaminating a retention basin on a mining site is significatively costly. Lots of operational time and material inflate the bill. RWP allows financial predictability to managers by offering real-time data on the integrity of the membrane.