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  • 3 Effective Ways to Minimise Soil Erosion
    23 March, 2015

    Soil erosion occurs when land is disturbed by either natural elements or daily activities. Its development is often unnoticed but it brings serious damage to the soil, making it lose much of its nutrients. (more…)

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  • 2 Quick Steps to Stake Large Trees
    23 February, 2015

    A newly planted tree is prone to bending or falling over due to wind, earth movement or man activities. To prevent damage on newly installed large trees, using hardwood stakes are needed for the trunk and roots to grow strong. (more…)

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  • Types and Uses of Survey Pegs
    03 February, 2015

    Construction surveying (also known as “lay-out” or “setting-out”) is the process of indicating or marking precise location and positions in a site, this is usually done by a surveyor in structural or road projects. (more…)

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  • A Practical Park on Grass Solution
    28 January, 2015

    If you need to create extra parking and are looking for an affordable solution on how to park on grass or gravel without damaging the surface, good news! You’ve come to the right place! Rut and tear are common problems in grass carparks and driveways. Grass reinforcement products are the perfect solution as they can protect ground surfaces from cars while providing additional parking spaces. (more…)

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  • How to Use Jute Mesh for Erosion Control
    30 November, 2014

    Erosion Control Product Jute MeshJute Mesh is a coarse, open mesh material that is made up of natural jute fibres. It is commonly used as an erosion control product.

    Jute Mesh is applied to prevent erosion, hold seeds intact, and to stabilised slopes. It allows plant and/or natural vegetation to grow through while keeping the soil in place.The matting is biodegradable and can last 1 to 2 years. (more…)

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  • How to Install Silt Fences
    01 October, 2014

     Silt fences are often used in construction sites and landscaped areas in order to prevent sediment from entering water courses. It is a temporary and cost effective solution for separating or intercepting the flow of runoff to waterways. (more…)

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  • A Step-by-Step Guide on Jute Matting Installation
    30 September, 2014

    Jute matting
     Jute matting is an organic and eco-friendly geotextile used to protect young trees and shrubs by reducing thriving weeds. This erosion control fabric is also designed to stabilise top soil and regulate the volume of stormwater (or water runoffs) which potentially damages plants. (more…)

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