Kalagadi Manganese Mine, 2016


The waste water containment dam’s HDPE liner, is protected by bidim A6 for its thickness, high strength resistance to protrusion, and long term creep. The bidim used in this project was produced using over 1.5 million recycled cooldrink bottles.

Tormin Mine, 2013


New waste water ponds were constructed using bidim A4 and A6 as liner protection.  These grades offered optimum thickness in their weight class thus offering excellent protection of the HDPE liners used in the lining of these ponds. The bidim used in this project was produced using over 101 300 recycled cooldrink bottles.

Knots Dump, Swaziland, 2012


bidim A0 was laid as the drainage separator between the liner installer’s filtration system and bidim A8 for the protection layer to their HDPE liner. The bidim used in this project was produced using 1 169 350 recycled cooldrink bottles.  

Kusile Power Station, 2012


At the end of a 27km pipeline from Kendal Power Station, is the raw water dam which uses bidim A10 as HDPE liner protection. The bidim in this project used the equivalent of 2 810 810 recycled cooldrink bottles.  

ArcelorMittal Vanderbijlpark, 2011


bidim A4 was laid below and over the HDPE layer as liner protection of the capping of this waste facility.  It was also used as part of a riprap system in the storm water drainage canals.

Rhovan Mine, 2008


bidim A6 functions as liner protection in the purge water dam.

Matimba Power Station, 2007


bidim A6 was used as liner protection and filtration in the storm water collection dam.

Richards Bay Regional Landfill, 2003


bidim A10 serves as liner protection to the HDPE layer.

Mariannhill Landfill, cca. 1998


bidim was installed as liner protection to phase 1 of the landfill project.