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Iowa finds new tools to control stormwater erosion and sediment at construction sites

October 23, 2020 - in Erosion control, News, Water

At the Iowa Department of Transportation, the preservation of limited natural resources is one element we look at when planning construction projects. When we’re constructing or moving a road, we often need to move earth. As good stewards of the land, we…

AquaBlok Releases Guidance Specification for Composite Bentonite Aggregate in Below Ground Pipe and Infrastructure Construction or Repair Applications

September 4, 2020 - in Erosion control, News, Water

AquaBlok, Ltd. has recently released a guidance specification for the use of Composite Bentonite Aggregate (CBA) in the construction of trench dams (anti-seep…

Bureau of Reclamation Partners with HeroX and NASA Tournament Lab to Crowdsource Innovative Sediment Removal Solutions for Critical Water Infrastructure

July 15, 2020 - in Erosion control, News, Water

The Bureau of Reclamation and NASA Tournament Lab's "Guardians of the Reservoir" challenge on the crowdsourcing platform, HeroX   WASHINGTON - The Bureau…

Natural bayou better when floods threaten Houston

March 12, 2020 - in Erosion control, News, Water

Buffalo Bayou. (Credit: Andrew Juan/Rice University)    HOUSTON – One bayou meanders toward downtown Houston. The other runs in parallel to the south, much of it through a concrete channel. Which is better at preventing floods? Researchers at Rice…

Profile Products Opens New Fiber Plant in Conover, North Carolina

May 10, 2019 - in Erosion control, News, Water

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill.  — Profile Products recently completed its state-of-the-art wood fiber processing plant in Conover, North Carolina as part of a five-phase expansion project that will include more infrastructure for creating new fiber technologies.…

Erosion Control Product Specifications Made Easy

May 13, 2018 - in Erosion control, Featured, Video

Two free, online resources are available to help engineers and specifiers select the most appropriate, site-specific products for erosion control and vegetation establishment. Michael Robeson, Ph.D., PE, CPESC, CPSWQ, CESSWI, outlines why the most frequently…

CH2M, East Devon District Council Bolstering Resilience Along Seaton Beachfront

July 24, 2017 - in Erosion control, Water

EXETER, England- Looking to strengthen the Seaton seafront against coastal flooding and erosion, East Devon District Council selected CH2M to develop a beach management plan (BMP) for the coastline from Seaton Hole to Axmouth Harbour, England. CH2M will work…

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February 16, 2017 - in Articles, Erosion control, Feature, Featured

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Flexible Concrete Cloth Repairs Pipes, Goes Green

October 19, 2016 - in Erosion control, Water

Challenge Infrastructure problems occur throughout small towns in the United States and budgets are being squeezed every day.  These small communities are looking at innovative, cost effective solutions that extend the service life of in-place infrastructure…

IECA Enters Cooperative Agreement with UNESCO

Denver, Colo.—The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Region One Board of Directors recently approved a cooperation agreement with UNESCO Bureau of Sciences for Latin America and the Caribbean through its International Hydrological Programme…