The New Face of the International Geosynthetics Society

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The New Face of the International Geosynthetics Society
New IGS Facebook page is your up-to-the-minute source for IGS news, events and member information.

Keeping members in the loop and connected is a major goal of the International Geosynthetics Society and its Communications Committee. Now, with the new Facebook page, www.facebook.com/GeosyntheticsSociety, IGS news and information is easily accessible and interactive. Members and industry professionals can join in the conversation and share viewpoints, and there’s marvelous photography to accompany the astute insights of some of the world’s preeminent geosynthetics professionals.

  • Be the first to find out about new events and calls for papers, proposals and abstracts.
  • See what the 43 IGS chapters are doing to promote the science and engineering of geotextiles, geomembranes, related products and associated technologies.
  • Converse with geosynthetics professionals around the world to gain insight into new developments and practices.
  • Also check out IGS on Twitter. Follow @IntGeosynthSoc for insider news on live events, industry developments and more.

We know you’re busy, so IGS will keep it relevant and fresh. The new and improved IGS website will be a friendly companion to the IGS Facebook page, so please check it out to find IGS news, member listings, educational resources and the IGS Proceedings Library, among other resources. The IGS website will continue to be your comprehensive source for everything IGS related.
Get more out of your IGS membership and like us on Facebook now! We want to hear from you.

The International Geosynthetics Society is a learned society dedicated to the scientific and engineering development of geotextiles, geomembranes, related products and associated technologies. We have 43 chapters, more than 3,000 individual members, over 500 student members and 161 corporate members.

For more information about the International Geosynthetics Society, please go to www.GeosyntheticsSociety.org.

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