Silt Fence Installations
A woven fabric fence which reduces water flow and retains sediment in order to prevent off-site sedimentation
• NCDOT Silt Fence
• SCDOT Silt Fence
• Hog Wire Backed Silt Fence
• High Hazard Silt Fence
• Super Silt Fence
A coir fiber barrier used to reduce the velocity of runoff, within a basin or sediment trap, which allows the settling of sediment before being discharged offsite
Curtain Floating Barriers are designed to control the settling of solids (silt) suspended in water by providing a controlled area of containment.
Temporary 48” tree protection fencing should be erected before clearing. Effective tree protection zones maintain a radius of at least 1.25 feet of protected area for each inch of trunk.
HydroSeeding which is sometimes also called hydraulic mulch seeding or hydro-mulching is a planting process in which a slurry containing seed, hydro seeding mulch, fertilizer and a tackifier (bonding agent) is sprayed onto the ground.
Erosion Control Blankets
Erosion control blankets are usually woven from a chosen material and are meant to slow down the speed at which water moves across the surface. There are many different types of blankets. These blankets can be made out of straw, coconut fiber, aspen fiber, jute, and polypropylene (plastic).
Sediment Pond Clarification
Treat storm water runoff and dewatering of sediment ponds from construction sites, allowing contractors to meet local and state agency requirements, and remain productive throughout the year.