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  • EcoWattles - Old Omen Road #10
  • EcoWattles US 287 Inlet Protection  #5
  • EcoWattles cross channel at Biomass Power Plant #5
  • EcoWattles at Owens Elementary School
  • EcoWattles - Full Flatbed Trailer

Superior storm water erosion and sediment control wattles / erosion and sediment control logs for every construction site.

 


•EcoWattle “Originals” – Our hardwood mulch EcoWattles, perhaps the best degradable erosion control log on the market.

•EcoWattle “Lites” – designed for harder-to-reach locations, filled with kiln-dried pine shavings.

EcoWattle Originals and EcoWattle Lites are available in 12″ and 9″ diameters.



Research shows Erosion Control Logs work better:

“… a study conducted by Ohio State University and published in the Journal of Environmental Quality concluded that … sock barriers (erosion control logs) have an average 50% greater hydraulic flow through rate, relative to silt fence, and that ponding height can be as much as 75% less for this technology relative to silt fence under similar runoff conditions…”

(CLICK HERE to read the article in Erosion Control Magazine)
 

EcoWattles superior erosion control wattles - also called erosion control log. EcoWattles are also termed sediment control wattles or sediment control logs. EcoWattles are sediment and erosion control logs made with a hardwood mulch / hardwood chip core / fill material and degradable netting. Erosion control logs / wattles with hardwood chip core offer superior performance compared to straw erosion and sediment control logs / erosion control wattles, silt fence, hay bales and straw bales. Erosion and sediment control wattles / logs are excellent for inlet protection, perimeters, streams, lakes and rivers. EcoWattles are erosion and sediment control logs / wattles for controlling storm water runoff on road projects, commercial construction sites, residential construction sites, pipelines, well pads, mine reclamation and power plants.