Slurry walls provide a non- structural barrier against underground water access or circulation, also called cut- off wall and they are executed from a mixture of bentonite and cement. The thickness of slurry walls can range between 50 and 120 cm and the depth varies between 15 and 60 m.

Slurry walls are generally used to seal dams, landfills or industrial installations that can contaminate underground water.

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