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Straw & Tack is a great winterization form of erosion control
when you have not reach final grade. This is the most economical and
commonly used temporary erosion control method.
Earthguard is another form of erosion control for winterization without
the need to remove the temporary cover from the construction site. This
application is done by a hydroseeder with two separate applications
done cross directionally. Earthguard is Liquid Polyacrylamide that binds
soil particles together.
We used this erosion control application for the Angora Fire Stabilization
Project as well as County of San Diego Firestorm. This is recommend
by the state and county agencies. This is done with two separate cross
directional applications with a hydroseeder and can be incorporated
into soil as dirt work allows. Application rate depend on terrain.
BFM is a commonly used by Cal Trans and County agencies. BFM is applied
in three to four applications cross directionally. This is good for
6+ months of coverage.
Earthguard is for areas that need permanent erosion control. This
application is suitable for counties that have air quality control issues.
Permanent Earthguard does not include straw, which is becoming a problem
in most counties, because of the straw dust. Application rates depend
Hydrostraw is a state approved alternative to straw blowing. Hydrostraw
is hydraulically applied through a hydroseeder in cross directional
applications. Application rates depend on terrain.
This Erosion Control method is the Cadillac of Soil Stabilization. BFM is a commonly used by Cal Trans and County agencies. This is a hydraulically applied blanket composed of long strands of wood fibers that interlock. BFM is applied in three to four applications cross directionally. BFM is good for 6+ months of coverage. Application rates depend on terrain.
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Earthsaver Rice Straw Wattles are made from recycled, naturally weed-free California rice straw. Wattles are available in three types of netting: biodegradable, photodegradable and burlap. Wattles are available in three standard sizes: 9" x 25', 12" x 10' and 20" x 8'.
The wattles imitate natural stabilization by reducing rate of flow,
absorbing water and filtering sediment runoff. By trapping silt and
seed, the wattles allow native vegetation and brush to begin to revegetate
and restore root integrity within one year. Stabilization of the hillside
will eventually transition to the reformed growth as the Wattles decay.
The wattles also forms a durable containment area to prevent polluted
runoff from reaching surface waters.
About Silt Fence
Rolled Erosion Control Products (RECPs), consisting of temporary Erosion
Control Blankets (ECBs) and Permanent Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMs),
have been a popular choice for effective erosion control for a number