Debris Boom Barrier for Trash
Orion Floating Debris Barriers & Boom
Orion Debris Boom and Barriers control, contain, deflect, or exclude floating debris. Orion debris and trash boom are extremely versatile floating marine barriers. Boom and barriers are used to contain and control floating debris such as floating timber, logs, rubbish, garbage, hyacinth, duckweed, and sargassum. Floating debris barriers can be used for demarcation, floating trash containment, seaweed control, or for aquatic plant control.
Orion Heavy Duty Permanent Boom is built for long term use in harsh conditions. Each boom is built with HD marine grade components.
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More Orion Debris and Trash Boom Options:
Net booms capture or contain objects into a collection area. Great for trash and plants, and especially popular for jellyfish containment.
Specifically designed to contain the spread of invasive aquatic plants such as sea grass, hyacinth, duckweed, sargassum, seaweed, and more.
The Steel Mesh Boom is our toughest available Orion boom. Most commonly used to contain timber and floating logs.
Floating Debris Boom Applications
Orion Debris Boom Barriers are built wth durable marine grade fabrics, and are available in several versatile debris barrier models. Used in rivers, intakes, lakes, ponds, open ocean, streams, and docks, these floating booms are a reliable barrier to provide dependable containment and protection in your location.
Boom Barriers for Trash, Plant & Debris Containment:
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We proudly manufacture Orion Floating Booms to meet the specific needs and requirements of your marine project and location. If you need help selecting the option that will best address your project needs, please call us. It is important to us that you are satisfied with the performance of your purchase.
Debris & Trash Boom Considerations
In order to determine the right product for your location, we urge customers to consider several different factors that may affect the type of floating debris boom being chosen for your location. Typical factors required include:
- Site water conditions
- Staging Areas & Collection Zones
- Ease of Use/Manpower to Deploy and Maintain
- Frequency of Recovery & Method of Debris Recovery
For further information about site conditions and effective boom anchoring methods, view our Boom Applications and Configurations PDF.
These conditions can help our team not only determine the right floating barrier for your location, but also the right deployment and installation method. Typical recovery includes alignment of booms, recovery by trash collectors, and more.
Pollution in Rivers, Lakes & Oceans
Rivers and water bodies naturally function as a vehicle for debris transport. Pollution in water bodies such as rivers, oceans, and lakes is a common problem for any business, residential, or commercial property. With the implementation and enforcement of the Clean Water Act and NPDES Phase II, more and more locations are looking for ways to keep water clean and prevent contamination by using floating debris barriers and boom. Having a debris boom in place can drastically reduce the cost of clean up and help control pollution at the source.
- Boom FAQs
- Pollution in Rivers
- Pollution Containment Solutions
- Lake Pollution
- Silt Curtains
- Litter Pollution
- Clean Water Act
- Seaweed & Sargassum Boom
- View all Booms and Barriers
- Customer Trash Boom Testimonial
- Customer Question: Using Debris Boom to Prevent Algae Mats
- Deep debris boom for river intake structure
- Trash Debris Control Boom
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