Erosion Control Equipment in Georgia (US)

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Ultra-StormWattle - Fiber Rolls Minimize Erosion and Sediment Runoff

by Argus-Hazco

Ultra-StormWattle Fiber Rolls are made with wheat straw, and bound into a tight tubular roll. When StormWattles are placed on the face of slopes, they intercept stormwater runoff, reduce its flow velocity, release the runoff as sheet flow, and provide removal of sediment from the runoff. By interrupting the length of a slope, the Ultra-StormWattle ...


Grasspave2 - Porous (Permeable, Pervious) Pavement System

by Invisible Structures, Inc.

Grasspave2 porous pavement allows you to park, drive, walk, ride, or lounge on a beautiful grass surface. It performs the functions of asphalt or concrete pavement, but with the aesthetics of a lawn – all while enhancing the environment.

TenCate Geotube - Wetlands Creation and Wildlife Habitats

by TenCate - Geotube

Because TenCate Geotube containment technology is simple, cost-effective, and environmentally sound, it has been used in many areas for rebuilding wetlands habitats for birds and other species.  These TenCate Geotube units protect rapidly eroding islands that harbor various wildlife, some on the edge of endangerment.

L & M - Non Woven Geotextiles Fabrics

by L & M Supply Company

Non woven Geotextiles Fabrics are probably the most commonly known geotextiles. Nonwoven polypropylene fabric, which has a felt-like consistency, combines strength and flow ability. Available in varying weights and thicknesses, the fabrics are strong but permeable, allowing for varied uses. Nonwoven fabrics commonly are used as a separator between ...

L & M - Woven Stabilization Geotextile Fabric

by L & M Supply Company

Woven geotextiles are made from polypropylene as well, but the manufacturing process, product characteristics and applications differ dramatically from those of nonwovens. Narrow strands of polypropylene tape are woven together during manufacturing, producing a tough fabric, but one with much less permeability than nonwovens. Commonly known as ...

L & M - Woven Monofilament Geotextiles Toolbox

by L & M Supply Company

This group adds a third dimension to the geotextile toolbox. In the manufacturing process, individual polypropylene filaments are woven together to form a fabric that resembles nylon screen cloth. Woven monofilaments are available with varying opening sizes to match up appropriately with site soil, and the result is a geotextile fabric that ...

Silt Snake - Compost Filter Socks

by L & M Supply Company

Silt Snake is an affordable tubular filtration sock constructed of compost and shavings designed to provide maximum filtration, filter water runoff and control sediment loss; even extreme conditions. This product is predominantly used on the outer perimeters of and around construction sites and often used in place of Silt Fence. Silt Snake is ...

L & M - Spun-Bonded Geotextiles

by L & M Supply Company

Spun-bonded geotextiles. Rugged, nonwoven fabrics appropriate for many applications, particularly in landscape construction, spun-bound geotextiles are used by landscapers to separate subsoils from surface stone or mulch and control weeds. Like wovens and nonwovens, spun-bonded geotextiles are used extensively in construction applications but most ...

L & M - Jute Mesh Rolls (Soil Saver)

by L & M Supply Company

Jute is made from natural fibers of a bamboo-like plant and is rated as one of the most dependable and proven erosion products available. Jute stabilizes the soil and promotes the establishment of permanent vegetation on all types of slopes (road slopes, drainage slopes, landfill slopes, and backyard slopes, etc.) Jute conforms to slope contours ...

L & M - Orange Plastic Safety Fence

by L & M Supply Company

4' X 100' Orange Great Barrier Brand. An industry standard for contactors for decades. Affordable and Durable. Use 5' Metal T-Post or 5' Hard Wood Stakes to install.

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