Tag: erosion control

Clearwell Group announces combination of four leading environmental services businesses to create Valor Environmental,...

TAMPA, Fla. /PRNewswire/ -- Clearwell Group, a Tampa-based family office, is pleased to announce it has made a strategic investment in Valor Environmental, an...

ENGEO announces new flood control and erosion solutions to mitigate disaster impacts

Products enhance comprehensive disaster recovery services offered by ENGEO SAN RAMON, CA - ENGEO has incorporated the latest innovative set of products, Muscle Wall and SOX Erosion...

Un-Complicating the Stabilization Selection Process – Part I

Selecting the right material for channel and bank stabilization is critical, but the selection process is often complicated by limited performance criteria, abundance of...

Protect Soil Slopes & Walls with GEOWEB® 3D Soil Confinement

Soil slopes are naturally susceptible to erosion and soil walls need to be fortified against settlement, surcharge loading and collapse. Failure of slopes can...

Engineer Optimizes 25.5-Foot-Tall Gravity Retaining Wall

When excavation for a retaining wall at John C. Tune Airport in Nashville, Tennessee, opened up a geotechnical can of worms, engineer Clint Hines,...

Water quality protection has a positive trickle-down effect

2016 photo of the old culvert that had two circular pipes with a total diameter of 36 inches. Pictured are Rifat Salim (left) and...

Sea level rise requires new forms of decision making

U.S. cities facing sea level rise need to look beyond traditional strategies for managing issues such as critical erosion and coastal squeeze, according to new research from Lund University. Civil society initiatives must now play a crucial role in adapting society to climate change, the study argues.

Erosion Control Technology Council celebrates 25 years

The Erosion Control Technology Council was created in 1992 to assist agencies, engineers, designers, contractors and other entities in the proper application, installation and specification of erosion and sediment control technologies.

Large RCP pipe used to reconstruct stormwater outfalls for post-Hurricane Sandy resiliency project

A comprehensive resiliency plan to reduce risk from storm damage on the New Jersey shore included pumping 1.4 million cubic yards of sand on 1.6 miles of beach in Elberon and Deal, N.J., as well as modification to six stormwater outfalls and two groins.

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