Soil Erosion Control Products

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Products for Erosion Control

Soil Erosion Control Products include a range of materials designed to target erosion due to rainfall, water flows, wind or stormwater runoff. Offering products made from both biodegradable and synthetic materials, these products have been used on construction sites, restoration areas, wetlands and more to increase soil stabilization and growth until vegetation is able to take root. Not sure which product will work best in your area? Give our team a call: 772-646-0597 or toll free 888-703-9889.

coir materialNatural Coir Fibers

Coir/Straw Mats
Coir/Straw Blankets

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Woven
Non Woven


Soil Erosion Control Prevention Products:

Some of the most commonly used items for soil support and stabilization include our variety of natural fiber coir and straw products. Featuring mats, wattles, logs and blocks, these products are an environmentally safe way to support locations until vegetation is able to take root.

coir fiber mat coir silt check coir wattle
Erosion Control Mats Silt Check Coir Wattles
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Coir Weed Mat Coir Blocks Coir Logs

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Woven Geotextiles

Woven Geotextiles are most commonly chosen for locations that require high strength stabilization. This may include placement under roads, drive ways, railroads, rip rap or other areas dealing with heavy objects or high traffic.

wire back silt fence

150 lbs. Grab Tensile

wire back silt fence

200 lbs. Grab Tensile

wire back silt fence

315 lbs. Grab Tensile


Non Woven Geotextiles

Nonwoven Geotextiles are used for any location dealing with drainage or filtration. Due to their felt like exterior, water is able to flow more quickly through the fabric. This keeps water flows high, while still allowing particles to be effectively filtered out.

light weight nonwoven geotextile

3.1 oz. Nonwoven
Geotextile

non woven geotextiles

3.5 oz. Non Woven
Geotextile

4 oz nonwoven geotextile

4 oz. Nonwoven

6 oz nonwoven

6 oz. Nonwoven
Geotextile

non woven geotextiles

8 oz. Non Woven
Geotextile

non woven geotextiles

10 oz. Nonwoven
Geotextile

non woven geotextiles

12 oz. Nonwoven
Geotextile

non woven geotextiles

16 oz. Non Woven
Geotextile

 

Not sure which geotextile will work best for you? Check out our Geotextile Functions Page.

 

Erosion Control Silt Fence

Erosion Control Silt Fencing is a standard for any location dealing with displaced sediment. Available in economy, contractor and DOT fabrics, these barriers can be quickly implemented to contain materials and prevent further erosion on your site.

wire back silt fence

Wire Back Silt Fence

silt fence rolls

Silt Fence Rolls

silt fencing

Standard Silt Fence


staked silt barrier

Staked Silt Barrier

safety barriers

Safety Construction
Fence

 



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Give our Granite Environmental Tech Team a call at: (+1) 772-6464-0597 or toll free at: (888) 703-9889



Biodegradable Erosion Control Products

Biodegradable erosion control products are an all-natural alternative to the synthetic erosion control options. In addition to stabilizing and reinforcing areas, these products have the added benefit of naturally biodegrading over time. This is perfect for locations dealing with natural wildlife, vegetation or environmentally sensitive areas.

Coir Geotextile, Geotextile, geomembrane liners, non-woven geotextile, pond linersNatural Fiber Products:

Natural fiber products are often used in conjunction with seeds or vegetation. As the mat stabilizes the soil area, vegetation and other materials are able to take root. Over time, rooted vegetation will form a natural erosion control barrier.

Natural fiber products include the following:



Rain Water Storage Tank, Rainwater Collection, Rain Water Storage Tanks, Questions about soil erosion control products?
Give our Granite Environmental Tech Team a call at: (+1) 772-6464-0597 or toll free at: (888) 703-9889



Soil Erosion Control Facts:

Erosion is the process of weathering and transport of solids (soil) from their original source to somewhere else. This process takes many forms. Soil can be eroded by wind, water, ice, down slope creep (gravity) or even living organisms (bio-erosion).

A major factor affecting soil erosion is the amount and type of ground cover. Ideal soil contains a mineral layer protected by a litter layer, and finally an organic layer. When the litter layer is removed, soil is more susceptible to erosion. To learn more, visit our page on the causes of soil erosion.

The use of natural or synthetic fiber has greatly helped to increase the strength of banks, roads, and rip rap areas. This has, in turn, helped to limit the amount of erosion present in various areas.


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Become an Erosion Control "Expert"

Don't let your knowledge erode! Soak up the ins and out of erosion control and the geotextile products used.

Brush Up on the Types of Erosion:

Beach ErosionCoastal Erosion Soil ErosionWater Erosion
Wind ErosionRiver Bank ErosionWeathering and Erosion

Learn About the Causes and Solutions:

Causes of Soil ErosionWays to Prevent Soil ErosionRiver Bank ProtectionSoil Erosion Control NettingErosion Control Woven GeotextileErosion Control Non Woven Fabric

Master the Specifics of Geotextiles:

Geotextile Fabric OverviewGeotextile Material SelectionGeotextile ApplicationGeotextile TypesSkit FilmGeotextile FunctionsGeotextile TestingGeotextile ComparisonGeotextile InstallationGeotextile CertificationGeotextile DOT InformationGeotextile AASHTO InformationGeotextile Fabric for Dirt Roads

 

Questions? Give us a call at 772-646-0597 or toll free 888-703-9889.

 

Stormwater Management Products

For many sites, soil and erosion control is also necessary around a site and within a water body. This is especially relevant for areas dealing with construction near water or for any location dealing with stormwater runoff. For stormwater management and control, products include the following:

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