Geobags and GeoTube


A geobag, often called a geotextile bag or a geotube, is a sizable, tough fabric container used for sediment
containment, coastal protection, and dewatering. High-strength geotextile materials that can endure the rigors of environmental exposure are often used to make Geobags. The extra water is allowed to drain through the fabric while they are filled with sludge, sediment, or other things. Land reclamation, riverbank protection, and beach erosion management are common uses for geo bags. For managing sediment and reducing erosion in coastal and aquatic areas, they provide an eco-friendly alternative.


Geotextile tubes are made of high-toughness polypropylene/polyester yarn that is weaved into a stable network such that the yarn maintains its relative location. A Geotube is a flexible construction made of a geotextile container that encloses soil. For the prevention of coastal infrastructure deterioration, sustainable beach development, and shoreline erosion, Geotube provides cutting-edge geosynthetic solutions.

It is our proud to represent three decades of experience manufacturing, supplying, and technically supporting geosynthetic, waterproofing, and civil engineering products for the Middle East, North Africa, and European markets.