Our history, reliability, and quality of service is just as strong as the plastic we lay, because we consistently give 110% to every project and client.
Extreme Plastics Plus is a family-owned company built on experience and old-fashioned hard work. We work smart and we work tirelessly to provide top-notch installation services as well as timely distribution of a wide range of high-demand products for oil and gas exploration. Our warehouses hold an average of 2 million square feet of liner at all times, and shipping is available anywhere in the U.S. at moments notice. We’re positioned to install quickly, often the same-day. If you’re having problems with previously installed products, give us a call and we’ll get it done the right way.
In our business, safety is at the forefront of all operations. All employees have Safeland and OSHA 10 Certifications. We have a state certified Safety Committee ISNetworld score of 100% and a zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy. Maintaining the environmental integrity of the job site is built into the nature of our business; accordingly, all pit lining is tested according to manufacturer’s specifications and Geosynthetic Institute Standards.
The oilfield operates at a nonstop pace, and Extreme Plastics Plus prides itself on meeting the industry’s high expectations and high demand. Experts in the installation of synthetic plastic liners for liquid and solid containment.
We take no shortcuts to get the job done on schedule and employ only the best in the business. Our team of master welders, technicians, and quality control personnel have many years and millions of square feet of experience, including:
- Municipal Solid Waste
- Construction Debris
- Hazardous Material Landfills
- Superfund Sites
- Oilfield Waste Disposal
- Secondary Containment
- Power Plant Waste Disposal
- 2011: 25 million square feet of liner installed across various applications.
- 2010: over 10 million square feet of liner, primarily high- and low-density polyethylene, as well as other types of liner and liner systems.
- 2009, to date: over 8 million square feet of liner materials in the Marcellus shale play alone.