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As sea levels rise in Hawaii, the beaches—and roads—are taking a hit. In 2016, the waters on Oahu's Windward Coast ripped off two big...

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As sea levels rise in Hawaii, the beaches—and roads—are taking a hit. In 2016, the wate...
The Army Corps of Engineers is moving forward with plans to begin construction on an erosion mitigat...

Used Erosion Control For Sale

Hydro Seeding or Hydro Mulching much like Straw Blowers are equipment and procedures used in Erosion Control. Hydro Seeding is a cost effective way to apply grass, seed, fertilizer, hydromulch and water in one application. Soil Stabilizers are used the help control erosion on roadside projects in the construction industry. Large highway and road projects utilize the process because Sod would cost too much. You will typically see the model numbers reflect the gallon amount of the liquefied solution.

Hydro Seeding or Hydro Mulching much like Straw Blowers are equipment and procedures used in Erosion Control. Hydro Seeding is a cost effective way to apply grass, seed, fertilizer, hydromulch and water in one application. Soil Stabilizers are used the help control erosion on roadside projects in the construction industry. Large highway and road projects utilize the process because Sod would cost too much. You will typically see the model numbers reflect the gallon amount of the liquefied solution.




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Thu April 05, 2018

State Expects to Spend $15 Billion on Roadway Erosion Solution

As sea levels rise in Hawaii, the beaches—and roads—are taking a hit. In 2016, the waters on Oahu's Windward Coast ripped off two big pieces of the Kamehameha Highway....

Tue February 14, 2017

Army Corps Begins Construction of Erosion Mitigation Project in Southern Alaska

The Army Corps of Engineers is moving forward with plans to begin construction on an erosion mitigation project in southcentral Alaska that's been in the works for nearly 20 years....

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Thu April 05, 2018

State Expects to Spend $15 Billion on Roadway Erosion Solution

As sea levels rise in Hawaii, the beaches—and roads—are taking a hit. In 2016, the waters on Oahu's Windward Coast ripped off two big pieces of the Kamehameha Highway. Crews performed repairs, and while Hawaii's transportation officials said the repairs would help to deter future erosion, they said the fix wasn't permanent, the Honolulu Civil Beat reported....


Tue February 14, 2017

Army Corps Begins Construction of Erosion Mitigation Project in Southern Alaska

The Army Corps of Engineers is moving forward with plans to begin construction on an erosion mitigation project in southcentral Alaska that's been in the works for nearly 20 years. The city of Kenai has been working with the Army Corps since 1999 on plans to halt erosion and prevent the loss of valuable residential and commercial property atop the bluff along the Kenai River, The Peninsula Clarion reported (http://bit.ly/2ldO6F1)....


Tue November 01, 2016

DelDOT's $400M U.S. 301 Project to Ease Congestion

A large road project is progressing as planned in southern New Castle County, Delaware. The new U.S. 301 will reportedly improve safety, manage truck traffic and reduce congestion; support approved and proposed economic development in a key Delaware growth area; enhance the region's ability to compete for economic development; create needed jobs; improve local access to the Northeast Corridor Rail (Amtrak), commuter rail (SEPTA) and bus (DART) services; improve livability in the region; and reduce fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions....


Thu December 10, 2015

Case Teams Up for Training, Erosion Abatement Project

Case Construction Equipment, the National Wildlife Refuge Association, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Team Rubicon teamed up for an equipment operator training and erosion abatement project at the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge in Los Fresnos, Texas....


Wed August 26, 2015

NHDOT Works Toward Project to Eliminate Erosion at Bridge

CORNISH, N.H. (AP) The New Hampshire Department of Transportation hopes to start work next year on a project to eliminate erosion around supports of a historic covered bridge connecting the state to Vermont....


Mon February 11, 2013

Erosion Delays Rebuilding of AC Boardwalk Section

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) Erosion from Hurricane Sandy will delay the rebuilding of the Atlantic City Boardwalk along Absecon Inlet and likely increase the original $10 million project cost estimate, officials said Jan....


Wed March 24, 2010

Finn Offers Line of Premium Mulches for Erosion Control, Hydroseeding Applications

Finn Corporation’s TRU-Mulch line consists of six mulches specially designed to meet the demands of various erosion control and hydroseeding projects. The wood fibers used throughout the line originate from virgin poplar and pine wood chips from forests of the eastern United States....


Fri February 19, 2010

El Niño, Erosion Cause Major Road Washouts

For Southern California counties the periodic, yet unpredictable, arrival of the El Niño climate pattern equates to winter and spring rainfall totals that are significantly higher than historical averages for that region....


Mon April 16, 2007

TXDOT’s New Braunfels Project an Environmental Success for I-35

Hunter Industries was the general contractor for the recently completed I-35 improvements to the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) on-system interstate reconstruction through New Braunfels, Texas....


Tue April 10, 2007

R.C. Hawkins Uses Compact Fleet for Erosion Control

Looking to take control of more business? The erosioncontrol market just might be your ticket. Under the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Phase II requirements, which protect water quality from the impact of construction activities, property owners are required to install erosion and storm-water controls such as drainage grading, check dams, silt fences and vegetative buffers....


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