Erosion Control

Soil Erosion Control

Soil Erosion Problems?

Eroded soil causes many problems for homeowners and public facilities. Soil erosion carries away valuable topsoil containing critical nutrients, as well as excess fertilizers and pesticides. This traveling soil eventually reaches rivers and lakes. In addition, eroded soil clogs storm water facilities such as sewers, infiltration swales and dry wells. Soil erosion around home sites, particularly new ones, can have serious consequences. New building and development cause significant site damage, often resulting in soil erosion.

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Erosion Control

Erosion controls are used in natural areas, agricultural settings or urban environments. The controls often involve the creation of a physical barrier, such as vegetation or rock, to absorb some of the energy of the wind or water that is causing the erosion. On construction sites, erosion controls are often implemented in conjunction with sediment controls such as sediment basins and silt fences. In urban areas erosion controls are often part of storm water runoff management programs required by local governments. Eroded soil causes many problems for homeowners and public facilities.

Silt Fence can be used for inlet protection or best practices of storm water controls.

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Storm Water Controls

The Coir Wattle is the perfect solution for erosion control, bank stabilization, and even stream restoration. Constructed from all natural materials (interior made from mattress coir, exterior made from coir twine), these wattles create a natural barrier that can reinforce your location while effectively filtering water. Their combination of strength and filtration, makes them a common choice for use in a range restoration and construction site activities.

Coir Wattles can be used for inlet protection or best practices of storm water controls.

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Sediment Control

A sediment control is a practice or device designed to keep eroded soil on a construction site, so that it does not wash off and cause water pollution to a nearby stream, river, lake, or sea. Sediment controls are usually employed together with erosion controls, which are designed to prevent or minimize erosion and thus reduce the need for sediment controls. Sediment controls are generally designed to be temporary measures, however, some can be used for storm water management purposes.

Silt Socks or Compost Filter Socks A Silt Sock or Compost Sock is a mesh tube filled with composted materials that is used as a sediment-trapping device which uses filter media allowing water to pond, creating a settling of solids behind the Silt Sock.Silt sock is used for storm sewer inlet protection or best practices of sediment controls.

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Erosion Control Products

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Premier Straw Wattle 12"x 10'

12"x 10' Premier Straw Wattles consist of the finest quality agricultural straw fibers encased in durable netting. Premier Straw Wattles are available wrapped on pallets for mechanical unloading.

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Premier Straw Wattle 9"x 25'

9"x 25' Premier Straw Wattles consist of the finest quality agricultural straw fibers encased in durable netting. Premier Straw Wattles are available wrapped on pallets for mechanical unloading.

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Premier Straw Blanket Double Net 8'x 112'

Premier Double net straw blankets are made from the finest quality agricultural straw fibers available. Straw fibers are stitched to a net on top and bottom. Premier Straw fibers consistent of a uniform thickness and are evenly distributed throughout the straw blanket. A variety of netting types are available to meet specific job site requirements. Premier Straw erosion control blankets are certified weed seed free.

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Premier Straw Blanket Single Net 8'x 112'

Premier straw are erosion control blankets are designed to provide temporary protection for grass seed and topsoil during the germination and progressive revegetation and root system development stages.

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Silt Sock

Silt Socks allow water to flow through at a controlled rate while trapping sediment. The sock is an effective erosion control device with a lower profile making your project easier to access and more aesthetically pleasing.

  • Check Dam
  • Concrete Washout
  • Inlet Protection
  • Perimeter Control
  • Sediment Traps
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Silt Fence With Stakes

A woven mesh filter fabric designed to contain sediment while allowing drainage.

  • Construction sites
  • Floodways
  • Spillways
  • Drains
  • Soil Stockpiles
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Silt Fence Plow Rolls

A woven mesh filter fabric designed for mechanical installation.

  • Faster installation
  • Eliminates sags
  • Reduces washouts
  • Uniform depth
  • Proper fence placement
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Hardwood Stakes

Our stakes are cut from hard wood and feature pencil points for easy installation and will not shatter. Our hardwood stakes are great for multiple uses and sold individually.

  • Erosion blankets
  • Grade stakes
  • Silt fence support
  • Silt snakes
  • Straw wattles
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Orange Safety Fence

Orange barrier fencing is ideal for for use at construction sites excavation sites and to section-off areas for roadwork or landscaping.

  • Lightweight visual barrier
  • Easy istallation
  • UV Stabilized will not fade
  • Bright vibrant orange
  • Attaches easily to T-posts
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