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Geobarriers are designed to prevent the migration of loose soil into drainage ditches and rivers during construction work. Generally factory-assembled and composed of a geotextile curtain, their use is compulsory almost everywhere in North America. These barriers can also consist of booms immersed in lakes and rivers. The use of this type of products is considered as one of the first best practices for managing erosion and its adverse impacts on the environment. Some geosynthetics are also used as root-control barriers for infrastructure protection.
The Type 1 sediment barrier is a flexible fence composed of woven geotextile preassembled on wooden stakes with industrial staples. The bottom of the stakes is sharpened to easily penetrate the soil and a fold of 150 mm is provided at the base of the geotextile to allow adequate anchoring to the soil. These barriers, installed on the perimeter of the work site where soil is disturbed, are designed to control the migration of soil particles and prevent the contamination of adjacent sites (streams, parking areas, streets, etc.). It is a sedimentation control structure whose goal is to protect the environment and which is required by several water management guides and by the CCDG of the Quebec Department of Transport.
The Grade F1 BNQ sediment barrier is a flexible fence composed of a non-woven geotextile preassembled on wooden stakes with industrial staples. The bottom of the stakes is sharpened to easily penetrate the soil and a fold of 150 mm is provided at the base of the geotextile to allow adequate anchoring to the soil. These barriers, installed on the perimeter of the work site where soil is disturbed, are designed to control the migration of soil particles and prevent the contamination of adjacent sites (streams, parking areas, streets, etc.).
Turbidity curtains are floating barriers which control dispersion of sediments on lakes and rivers. Made of geotextiles specially selected for the scope of the application and available in different dimensions, these curtains are designed to deviate, contain and promote deposit of sediments which end up in streams as a result of soil reconditioning. The curtains are available in different lengths and can be joined together to form a continuous barrier over the entire length of the worksite. This type of sediment control measure is generally required by regulatory entities during the execution of civil engineering works next to bodies of water.
Oil-absorbing booms are booms designed to absorb and recuperate oil product leaks and accidental spills. The materials used in their manufacturing have particular oil absorption properties while remaining water repellent; as aresult, they are the ideal solution for the recuperation of oil spills on bodies of water. Absorbing booms are a quick and efficient solution for pollution control in natural environments when executing civil engineering works with heavy equipment.
Turbitex turbidity curtains are floating barriers designed to control sediment dispersion when working near or in waterways. Made with geosynthetics selected specifically for each site, Turbitex is designed to collect and settle sediment in a predetermined area. The curtains are available to different depths, and can be interconnected to form a continuous barrier running the entire length of a work site. Whether made of permeable or impermeable material, Turbitex will rise to the environmental challenges that could emerge throughout your project.
The Tex-R Propagation membrane is ideal to prevent the emergence, in the case of young plants in nurseries, of roots under growing containers and to avoid rooting outside the pots. The membrane is used on sand beds, inside containers or in benches. Rather than expanding outside the container, the root system develops and grows stronger inside the allocated growing space.
The Tex-R Insert membrane is ideal to prevent roots emerging through the drainage holes of the growing container. Since the membrane is inserted between the two containers, the root system develops and grows stronger inside its growing container and not outside. Thus in your operations, the frequent rotation of pots is eliminated. In addition, the Tex-R Insert is permeable to air and water and is available in different formats compatible with 5-25 gallon containers.