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Erosion controls are used in natural areas, agricultural settings or urban environments. In urban areas erosion controls are often part of stormwater runoff management programs required by local governments. The controls often involve the creation of a physical barrier, such as vegetation or rock, to absorb some of the energy of the wind or water that is causing the erosion. On construction sites they are often implemented in conjunction with sediment controls such as sediment basins and silt fences.

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Free Webinar! The New Landscape of Energy Efficiency: Utilities, Incentives and HVAC Innovations

Challenged with meeting energy reduction mandates, utility companies are increasingly offering incentive programs to commercial and residential users…creating opportunities AND challenges. But, navigating this complex web can be challenging.

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Free Webinar! Maximizing Erosion Control   with Proper Material Selection

Free Webinar! Maximizing Erosion Control with Proper Material Selection

In recent years, a mass of emerging sustainable revegetation and erosion control products and technologies have hit the market. And with these new products, product selection methods, tools, and techniques have significantly advanced. So what solutions are available? And how can you evaluate and select the best product for your

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Soil-Integrated Bridge Systems

Geosynthetic reinforced soil-integrated bridge systems (GRS-IBS) abutments are a key part of the Federal Highway Administration’s Every Day Counts (EDC) initiative to reduce bridge construction time and cost. These shallow foundations (constructed of gravel, closely spaced layers of geotextile or geogrid, and masonry facing) allow you to build faster for

Using Wastes and By-Products in Road Construction

Using Wastes and By-Products in Road Construction

The US Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and agencies around the world have long permitted the use of recycled wastes and other by-products in roadway construction to improve performance, reduce costs, improve sustainability, and reduce environmental impact. Are you using wastes and by-products in your roadway construction? And if not…should you

Free Webinar! Whole Building Control – From Concept to Reality

Free Webinar! Whole Building Control – From Concept to Reality

Building control systems have come a long way. Today’s advanced control systems not only make whole building control a reality, they also improve facility energy efficiency, lower operating costs, and offer building owners, occupants, and managers an intuitive experience. How did we get from the early days of HVAC controls

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