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Enviro-USA strives to provide tools and resources for Florida Construction Contractors so they can find out about the latest marine construction projects in the State and get a chance to bid and eventually increase revenue. One of the best resources is the Florida Department of Transportation. Below is a list of tools and links to …

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Type 1 (or Type I as referred to in Florida, Connecticut and Mississippi) turbidity barriers are designed for calm water applications. Following the steps below will ensure proper installation and longevity of the product.

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The purpose of a turbidity curtain is to provide sediment containment while construction activities are occurring in or directly adjacent to a waterway or waterbody. Marine construction companies must be aware of applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, or permit requirements governing the use and placement of silt curtains. A good resource is each …

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In this video learn how about what a turbidity curtain is, what it does, the different types and the typical installations.

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Three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is composed of water and because humans need water, most of humanity lives in coastal regions. Construction is a big part of human activity and has an obvious impact on the environment. Human survival depends on the health of the ecosystem. Marine construction projects such as dredging, bridges, roads, marinas and …

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