Mitigate The Effects Of Soil Erosion
Every site has unique challenges created by soil characteristics, topography, climate, and other environmental conditions. You need one solution to deliver results, regardless of the challenges at hand. Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs) create an excellent micro-climate for the propagation of seeds while protecting the open soil from natural erosion from rain, wind, and water flow.
ECBs immediately prevent erosion and help establish vegetation. As vegetation takes root, stem systems stabilize the underlying soil. Whether you need temporary or permanent protection, short-term or long-term durability, and biodegradable or photodegradable solutions, our ECBs deliver a wide variety of advantages, features, and benefits.
What Makes Our Erosion Control Blankets Unique?
Consisting of layers of natural or synthetic fibers woven together, ECBs simple design means they cost much less than standard methods.
Erosion control blankets break down naturally over time and do not require disposal.
You can use them in various soil stabilization applications, including moderate to steep slopes and medium- to high-flow channels.
- Support quick, healthy vegetation growth
- High-performance protection of topsoil from wind and water erosion
- Provide easy handling and transport
- Little to no risk of wildlife entrapment
- Enhanced erosion protection and mulching capabilities vs. polypropylene
BioNet® Biodegradable Erosion Control Blankets
North American Green’s BioNet® Biodegradable Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs) provide effective and all-natural erosion control, soil stabilization, and vegetation establishment in an environmentally and wildlife-friendly manner.
EroNet® Photodegradable Erosion Control Blankets
North American Green’s temporary and permanent EroNet® Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs) use photodegradable nettings, which are ultimately broken down by the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs) are used to protect open soils from erosion and promote the establishment of a permanent vegetative cover.