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Engineered Polymer Technologies (EPT), a division of Ronald Mark Associates, Inc., which was founded in Hillside, New Jersey, in 1974, has a primary goal of providing its customers with the highest quality flexible products by utilizing the latest polymer chemistry. EPT is a world class provider of supported and unsupported polymer sheeting and coating technologies. Through the use of proprietary extrusion coating processes, EPT can meet the exacting needs of various specifications and applications. These processes can provide supported and unsupported products ranging from 10 mil to 120 mil thickness in many commercially available polymer technologies. In addition to the wide thickness range, EPT has the ability to produce materials widths from 36” up to 120”. EPT has over 30 years of polymer processing experience, manufactures a wide range of extrusion coated industrial fabrics and utilize a wide range of Thermoplastic Polymers including PVC, KEE, TPU and TPO. For more information on Engineered Polymer Technologies or their products, please contact Ed Silva at esilva@epttech.com or visit their website at www.epttech.com.

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FGI Membership Biennial Meeting – April 3, 2013

The next biennial FGI Membership Meeting will be held during Geosynthetics 2013 in Long Beach, California.  The meeting will be held in Room 203C of the Long Beach Convention Center at 300 E. Ocean Blvd. from 8:00 am to 9:30 am.  The meeting will start promptly at 8:00 am so arrive early.

Please register to attend the meeting at FGIMeeting.eventbrite.com so we have an accurate estimate for the continental breakfast order.

 

FGI 47th Teleconference Meeting Minutes

FGI’s 47th Teleconference Meeting was held on Friday, March 1, 2013. The meeting minutes can be found on the member documents page. If you have any questions, corrections, or would like any additional information about the teleconference, please let me know.

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