Erosion Sediment Control Products
Logs, Wattles, Dewatering Bags & More
Erosion Sediment Control Products include a range of natural and synthetic materials designed to stabilize, filter and control sediment. Often used around construction sites, storm drains, and streams, these products work to effectively keep sites in compliance and keep water flows clean. Please feel free to browse through the product variety below to find the best options for your location or give us a call at 772-646-0597.
Coir Check Dam Wattle
Erosion Control Mats
Erosion Control Wattles
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Silt and Sediment Control Products for Every Location
Choosing the right silt and sediment control product for your location is often dependant on your project, site conditions and personal site requirements. Biodegradable options, such as our coir logs, straw wattles and coir blocks are all natural control products equipped to filter and/or contain sediment with limited setup and maintenance. Synthetic products, such as silt fencing or dewatering bags, require slightly more install requirements but can handle larger sediment amounts and higher water flows.
Biodegradable Erosion Control Products
For erosion sediment control, filtration and stabilization, we offer several natural fiber materials to help with control along storm drains, construction sites, banks, and other erosion-prone locations. Some of the most commonly used biodegradable options include the following:
- Erosion Control Wattles: Wattles are a loosely packed tubular device made from coir, straw, or wood fiber materials. Less densely packed than erosion control logs, these products are perfect for filtration around streams, check dams, drains or construction sites.
- Erosion Control Logs: The erosion control log is the perfect option when high strength erosion control or stabilization is required. These products have been used on hillsides, river banks, streams, lake shores and construction sites to stabilize and control sediment.
- Erosion Control Mats: In addition to the rolled materials, we also offer several flat laying mats and blankets to help stabilize an area. Biodegradable matting is designed to slowly erode over a designated period of time to stabilize the area, establish vegetation, and control erosion.
Erosion Control Fencing & Dewatering Bags
In addition to our natural, biodegradable options, we also offer several synthetic products that can be used for erosion sediment control and dewatering operations. These items will feature a geotextile filter fabric to retain sediment, while still filtering out water. Options include:
- Dewatering Bags & Tubes: Dewatering bags and geotextile tubes are designed for high level filtration applications involving dredging, sludge, lagoons, lakes, WWTP, and construction sites. Bags may be designed small for use on storm water runoff or large for bulk sludge dewatering jobs.
- Silt Fence: One of the most common options for erosion and sediment control on construction sites is the erosion control fence. This fencing includes woven geotextile fabric and stakes places periodically along the barrier to contain silt and sediment to a site.
See What Others Are Asking About Our Erosion Sediment Control Products:
- Do you have Erosion Control Bags for Preventing Coastal Erosion?
- Do you have Erosion Control Wattles for use along Streams?
- What can Coir Wattles be used for?
- What Locations are best for Sediment Filter Bag Placement?
- Do you have Sediment Filter Bags?
- Can the Erosion Control Wattle be used as BMP?
- I'm Looking for Stormwater Erosion Control Wattles?
- Do you have an Erosion Control Fence?
- Can I Place Dewatering Filter Bags in Dump Boxes?
- Where does Filtered Water go from a Lagoon Sludge Removal Tube?
- What are the lengths and diamters on Erosion Control Wattles for Construction Sites?
- Can you put a Coir Erosion Control Wattle on concrete?
- What is length of time required for a dewatering with a Geotextile Sediment Tube?
- Need to know whats available in terms of Dewatering Bag Connections? Can you attach hoses? If so, how?
- What type of fabric is used for the Silt Control Fence? How often does it need to be maintained?
- What Coir Products do you have Available for Erosion Control?