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Bonded Fibre Matrix (BFM) mulch is a unique class of hydroseeding erosion control product. The matrix is a continuous layer of elongated fibre strands held together by a water-resistant bonding agent.

Hydroseeding for Transportation Projects

Hydroseeding for Transportation Projects

Hydroseeding has connections with most forms of transportation, including revegetation around highways, airports, and mass transit projects. It is even a part of water-related travel, if one considers work done on the grounds at marinas, shipping channels, and ports.

Erosion Control Methods for Steep Slopes

Erosion Control Methods for Steep Slopes

Huge projects like the widening of US 202 in Pennsylvania span several years and several seasons. Stormwater and erosion control is an important part of the planning process, and a variety of soil erosion control devices play a role. Changing topography and limited highway easements sometimes result in steep slopes

Hydroseeding Makes Transportation Projects Move

Hydroseeding Makes Transportation Projects Move

Hydroseeding has connections with most forms of transportation, including revegetation around highways, airports, and mass transit projects. It is even a part of water-related travel, if one considers work done on the grounds at marinas, shipping channels, and ports.

Stopping Erosion Flat Out

Stopping Erosion Flat Out

Twenty years ago my brother and I started out as small excavating and general contractors,” says Chauncey Webster, president of East Coast Green Inc., in St. Thomas, PA. “Gradually we leaned more and more toward erosion control work.”

Controlling Erosion at Landfill Sites

Controlling Erosion at Landfill Sites

About Landfill Caps
EPA maintains strict guidelines with which municipal solid waste landfills must ­comply once a landfill has reached its maximum ­capacity, setting in motion its closure.

One of the requirements is that landfill ­owners must continue to monitor and maintain the landfill, typically for 30 years, to ensure that waste

When to Use Native Plants in Erosion Control Projects

When to Use Native Plants in Erosion Control Projects

Julie Etra’s approach to the erosion control work her company does is simple to describe. It isn’t always easy to accomplish, though.

“You shouldn’t know we were ever there. [The work is] so good that it matches what was there before,” explains Etra.

Making a newly established section of ground match an

Controlling Erosion at Landfill Sites

Controlling Erosion at Landfill Sites

About Landfill Caps
EPA maintains strict guidelines with which municipal solid waste landfills must ­comply once a landfill has reached its maximum ­capacity, setting in motion its closure.

One of the requirements is that landfill ­owners must continue to monitor and maintain the landfill, typically for 30 years, to ensure that waste

Hydroseeding Means Variety

Hydroseeding Means Variety

Hydroseeding work, like all outdoor jobs, can have some unpleasant aspects. The weather can be perfect and then turn miserably cold or blisteringly hot. Working in the back country, far off road, increases the chances of encountering mountain lions, rattlesnakes, or other creatures best avoided. And if it’s hot and

Post-Fire Erosion Control: A California Case Study

Post-Fire Erosion Control: A California Case Study

On August 17, 2013, a hunter’s illegal fire blazed out of control and started what would become the third-largest forest fire in California history. In the end, a quickly mobilized team from Selby’s Soil Erosion Control and a fast-curing bonded fiber matrix (BFM) from Profile Products would stabilize charred slopes and prevent

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