Cooley Engineered Membranes
Cooley Engineered Membranes, a Cooley Group company, is the manufacturer of geomembranes which exhibit almost total chemical inertness and used for the primary and secondary containment of water, fuels and chemicals. Cooley membranes are used in applications such as waste collection, reservoir liners, floating covers, collapsible water tanks, treatment ponds, aquaculture, fuel and chemical containment and more.

Address

50 Esten Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860
United States
Phone: 800-333-3048
Fax: 401-726-8799

Product Categories

Linings/Covers, Reservoir & Lagoon Pond

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