Erosion Control

EPA Issues New Construction General Permit

EPA Issues New Construction General Permit

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EPA issued the final 2017 Construction General Permit (CGP) on Wednesday, January 11, 2017. The permit took effect on February 16, 2017 and will last for five years. The 2017 CGP is similar to the 2012 CGP it replaces and includes discharge limitations and requirements for self-inspections, corrective actions, staff training, and  … Read More

Project Profile: Reseeding 40 Miles of Pipeline

Project Profile: Reseeding 40 Miles of Pipeline

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A recent-multi-agency PROJECT involving several sediment and erosion control methods in various soil conditions during a natural gas pipeline project was one of the most challenging projects for Florida Hydroseeding & Erosion Control (FHEC).  … Read More

Almost 200,000 People Are Getting Out of The Way

Almost 200,000 People Are Getting Out of The Way

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Now that California is finally experiencing greater-than-normal rainfall after a prolonged drought, the state is also getting some uncomfortable reminders of the problems heavy rainfall can bring.

These two videos, for example, show a portion of Highway 35 in Los Gatos, in the northern part of the state, that completely washed  … Read More

Deepwater Horizon: Not Over Yet

Deepwater Horizon: Not Over Yet

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Nearly seven years on, we’re still feeling the effects of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in some unexpected ways. A survey conducted by NASA and the US Geological Survey shows that areas of the coast where oil washed ashore have receded more quickly than they did before the spill. The  … Read More

Permeable Pavers for Erosion Control Projects

Permeable Pavers for Erosion Control Projects

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The next RSF installation of permeable pavers, in the summer of 2011, included 1,400 linear feet on the campus road and 3,000 square feet at the plaza. The third RSF installation, during summer 2012, involved 350 linear feet on the campus road and 9,000 square feet on the plaza.  … Read More

The Role of Erosion Control on the Panama Canal Expansion Project

The Role of Erosion Control on the Panama Canal Expansion Project

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EVERY EROSION CONTROL project is mission critical, but the Panama Canal expansion project, completed in June 2016, is arguably in a class by itself, given the scale of the undertaking and the waterway’s strategic importance to international commerce. The dirt-and-rock slopes created from the dredging of nearly 50 million cubic  … Read More


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