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Coconut Coir Logs are a completely biodegradable erosion control option for hills, banks, shorelines, and other erosion prone areas. Easy to place, use, and install, these logs create a natural control area that helps establish growth and control erosion.

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J. W. Faircloth & Son Inc.
Faircloth Skimmer surface drains float on the surface of the sediment basin as it fills and drains, releasing the cleanest water near the surface instead of draining muddy water from the bottom, as conventional outlets do. It drains the basin slowly over several days at

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Presto Geosystems
Presto Geosystems, a leading manufacturer of soil stabilization and stormwater products, announces a new product offering, Geoterra GTO construction mats. Presto is well-known in the geosynthetics and erosion control industries for its geocells, porous pavement systems, and portable construction mats. The company has been manufacturing construction mats for over

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Ernst Conservation Seeds
Ernst Conservation Seeds grows, processes, and sells over 400 species of native and naturalized seeds and live plant materials for restoration, beautification, reclamation, and conservation. The company identifies, collects, and propagates new species and ecotypes that meet its clients’ needs, from eastern Canada to the southeastern US.
www.ernstseed.com

NETCO
NETCO specializes in providing heavy-duty

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GREYLINE INSTRUMENTS INC.
With Greyline Instruments’ products, customers can monitor flow through open channels, partially full sewer pipes, and surcharged pipes without a flume or weir. The new MantaRay Portable Area-Velocity flowmeter is designed for monitoring stormwater, sewage, industrial effluent, irrigation water, and natural streams.
www.greyline.com/mantaray.htm

STEWART-AMOS
The Stewart-Amos Galaxy R-6XL deep cleans road surfaces.

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ERNST CONSERVATION SEEDS
Ernst Conservation Seeds grows, processes, and sells over 400 species of native and naturalized seeds and live plant materials for restoration, beautification, reclamation, and conservation. The environmental climate and professionals in the field are recognizing how important natives are in the restoration of North American ecology, and that

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Plastic Solutions Inc.
Plastic Solutions Inc. was founded in 1997 with the vision to supply structural plastic trash racks to the stormwater management industry. Since then, a significant amount of research and development has gone into product testing—including load testing, UV resistance, flammability, resin additives, and water flow restriction requirements—all with

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Channel Work

The Indiana Central Canal was built between 1836 and 1839 by the same people who constructed the Erie Canal. The original intent of the canal was to connect the Wabash and Erie Canal to the Ohio River, but financial difficulties stopped the project short of the intended goal.

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Finn Corp.
With working capacity tanks up to 3,600 gallons, Finn Corp.’s complete line of HydroSeeders is designed to meet the needs of extensive erosion control job sites and demanding seeding applications. Customization of HydroSeeders and Bark Blowers on tracks rather than tires for off-road applications is also available. Delivering the

Erosion Control Company Hoping to Make Ripples in Water Quality

Northern Natives Erosion Control (NNEC), a northern Michigan company, is opening its doors in spring 2015 with one goal in mind: improve water quality. NNEC offers all-native products to the northern U.S. for erosion control, stormwater filtration, and low impact development.  In addition, it will provide erosion control solutions to

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FORESIGHT PRODUCTS
Labor- and time-saving drive-type Duckbill earth anchors are composed of corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy to give the ultimate mechanical strength and extreme ­durability for a variety of soil stabilization applications. Foresight’s anchors offer a wide range of solutions for light to medium applications. Each solution can be customized to meet

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