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Floating Turbidity Barrier Guide 2016

Floating Turbidity Barrier Guide 2016

A floating turbidity barrier consists of geotextile material (curtain) which floats on the top, weighted on the bottom, and an anchorage system that minimizes the sediment transport from a disturbed area that is adjacent to or within a body of water. The barrier...
Turbidity Barrier Ultimate Guide

Turbidity Barrier Ultimate Guide

Definition Floating turbidity barriers (a.k.a. silt curtains, silt boom, sediment curtain) are a temporary in-water sediment barrier consisting of a continuous geotextile fabric curtain suspended from a flotation device on the water surface and held in a vertical...
Crews work to contain oil spill

Crews work to contain oil spill

In this video, you can see how the US Coast Guard, handled an Oil Spill in New Castle. In this news report, you can see the importance of having the proper boom to handle this type of events and the importance to act quickly with the best tools to prevent any...
Oil Spill 101 Video: Blocking with Boom

Oil Spill 101 Video: Blocking with Boom

One of the key tools and methods of containing an oil spill is with the use of floating booms. The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) produced a very good video that explains the basics of that method. We encourage responders and...
Silt Curtain Installation

Silt Curtain Installation

Enviro-USA Type 1 Silt Curtain Installation Steps: 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...