How to Control River Pollution with a Debris Boom

How to Control River Pollution

river pollution boom

Debris Boom for Controlling
River Pollution

Question on how to control river pollution. I was wondering if you have any advice on how to control this type of pollution in a narrow and sluggish site that drains a tons of garbage.

Answer: Thank you for contacting us! We would be happy to assist you in finding a solution to your pollution problem. As a supplier of erosion and pollution control problems, river pollution has been one of the major concerns has company has tried to address. Items like the turbidity barrier, oil boom, and debris boom are some of the many options we offer for this type of containment. Request a Quote

Debris Control Barriers

Since you have mentioned that you are specifically looking for a way to contain tons of garbage, a great option for your location would be the Debris Boom. This product is easy to manage and a common choice for containment of river pollution debris boom

  • Debris/Trash
  • Timbers/Logs
  • Aquatic Plants
  • Plastics
  • Old Tires and Parts
  • See all Debris Boom models

Debris flows are managed by simply placing a floating containment barrier at the entrance to a water way or lake to contain the floatable trash and plants.

Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or submit a form.

Additional Information Required

To give you the best information, supplying us with some details of the site location will help. Even a picture can provide valuable details for the most efficient solution. Our goal is to define the project needs and then offer the best solution taking into consideration your main objectives like budget, staging areas, ease of use, collection zones, frequency of recovery, available resources and manpower.

Helpful information we typically ask our customers who want to find out how to control river pollution is to provide us the following information:

  • Water Conditions: This can include water flows/currents, tides, wave frequencies, and chop. Knowing the specifics can help us help you figure out how to anchor this boom and use it to contain material.

  • Site Conditions: It is also helpful to know estimates regarding the type of debris you are containing, as well as the amount. Site conditions may also include winds, storm patterns or other factors that may influence the way water flows in your area.

Please feel free to check out our Debris Boom Variety or give us a call to discuss how to control river pollution in your location.

Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or submit a form.

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