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Our geosynthetic materials reinforce retaining walls and steepened slopes

Geotextiles help improve the stability, filtration, and constructability of soil. Our woven and nonwoven geotextiles apply to a broad range of applications.  Learn more

We have a variety of liner materials: EPDM rubber, PVC and HDPE resin-based, bentonite clay, and specialty liners for secondary containment and potable water. Learn more

Biodegradable geotextiles are for temporary sub-soil stabilization, providing a fabric for short-term applications, such as mulching, soil erosion control, landscaping etc. Learn more

Geogrids give structural reinforcement and confinement in soils. Uniaxial geogrids are mainly used to reinforce the soil mass in a steepened slope or retaining wall.  Learn more

The most commonly used geotextile for erosion control, silt fences block sediment while letting the water slowly flow through the fabric. Learn more

Fiber rolls (or straw wattles) are very effective for sediment control. They reduce the rate of water flow while absorbing water and filtering sediment.  Learn more

Sheet drains reduce hydrostatic pressure and convey ground water away from a structure, offering a modern & cost-effective alternative to conventional drainage systems. Learn more

Strip drains are significantly more economical and environmentally-friendly than conventional aggregate drains. Learn more

Cellular confinement--or geocells--provide flexibility, strength and durability and offer the designer a versatile tool to accomplish an affordable and functional solution.  Learn more

Gabions aid in earth retention and soil stabilization, erosion control and flood control, and landscape and architectural applications. Learn more

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