Trash Boom for Debris Containment

Customer Testimonial: Floating Boom Barriers

debris boom For 20 years now, we have owned and operated a restaurant on the banks of the Ohio River in Louisville, KY. Cleaning up property after a flood has been one of the most dreaded and costly jobs that we face. Not only because of the man hours it takes to clean up, but the cost of disposing of the debris!

We made the investment and purchased the floating trash boom from GEI Works. The trash and debris boom was delivered just in the nick of time, and as you can see from my photo, it is working wonderfully now!

It was a cinch to deploy and was delivered very timely. It's very well constructed, and I'm looking forward to the cleanup time from this flood to be cut from 3 days to about 6 hours! And as this happens about 3-4 times a year, this will be a great savings for us!

Andrew Masterson
Captain's Quarters
(Louisville, KY, USA)

Floating Containment Boom

debris boomGEI Works offers Orion Floating Trash Boom to contain and divert any unwanted trash, debris, or aquatic plants. With high strength containment in mind, every boom is made with marine-grade 22 ounce PVC. Debris boom also comes in different colors to fit the surroundings for visibility or invisibility as wanted. Most options come in sections for 50 or 100 feet in length; however, custom construction is available to suit individual projects. GEI Works has various models to fit most situations and water types including:

Calm Water Trash Boom – Best suited to areas with no currents or waves, such as some marinas and residential ponds.

Moving Water Trash Boom – For water bodies with some currents and mild conditions, such as ports, streams, and moving water lakes.

Fast Water Trash Boom – Used for fast current and frequent wave locations, such as coastlines, offshore areas, and fast moving rivers.

Additional information and specifications are accessible on the Orion Debris Containment Boom PDF Flyer.

Floating Boom Barriers can be used to contain much common debris found in waterways. Some items include:

  • Golf Balls
  • Seaweed and Algae
  • Leaves and Branches
  • Logs and Timbers
  • Red and Brown Tide
  • Cups, Wrappers, and Other Trash
  • Marine Life

For additional applications and uses for debris boom, see all our Boom Applications and Uses.

Visit the Customer Testimonial page for more stories from satisfied clients.

Questions? Give GEI Works a call at +1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your floating containment boom requirements.