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My Engineer Life With… Tondani Nevhutalu

Welcome to the first in a series of Q&As with young IGS member engineers at the start of their geosynthetics careers. Here, Tondani Nevhutalu shares her path to becoming a


Engaging Young Engineers In South Africa

The IGS Chapter in South Africa, known as the Geosynthetic Interest Group of South Africa, or GIGSA, features in our inaugural edition of Chapter Chat, the first of a regular


IGS Launches New Publication – Chapter Chat

Stay up-to-date with all the latest news from the IGS’s worldwide chapters with the launch of Chapter Chat, a new quarterly round-up of news and views. Our chapters are the


Watch: Two For A Few With Dr. Dipanjan Basu And Edoardo Zannoni

Increasing sustainability content in university curriculums and a better framework to measure infrastructure performance, are key ways to help geosynthetics positively impact the planet. That’s according to Dr Dipanjan Basu,


GIGSA Hosts Successful Education Week

The Geosynthetic Interest Group of South Africa (GIGSA), the South African Chapter of the IGS, hosted a successful Education Week from the 2nd to the 6th July 2018. The week


GIGSA 2016 Photo Contest Extends Deadline

The South African geosynthetics industry has steadily grown, in no small part due to the activities of the country’s International Geosynthetics Society Chapter: GIGSA. On the technical side of the