Coir Logs for Sediment Control
Sustainable erosion and sediment control solutions in Australia
HEIGER coir logs can effectively mitigate sediment runoff in Australian terrains. These cylindrical structures are installed along slopes, banks, or water channels to control erosion by slowing down water flow and allowing sediments to settle. They act as physical barriers, reducing the transport of sediment downstream or into drains.
The fiber logs also serve as a filtration system. Water passing through the logs is filtered by the fibers, removing sediment particles and pollutants, thus improving water quality in downstream areas. Additionally, coir logs provide a stable substrate for vegetation growth, promoting plant establishment and root systems that further stabilize the soil and reduce erosion.
Furthermore, they are biodegradable, gradually adding organic matter to the soil as they degrade. When used in conjunction with other erosion control practices, such as geotextiles, they offer an effective and sustainable solution to mitigate sediment runoff in Australian terrains.
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Solve erosion and sediment runoff issues with coir logs in Melbourne
HEIGER Coir Fiber Logs (also known as geo logs, silt berm, coir rolls, coconut fiber rolls, coconut fiber coir logs or coco logs) can be purchased hassle free online from anywhere in Australia, with instant shipping and wholesale pricing. This is possible as we are Australia’s largest producer of Coir Erosion Control Products. We provide comprehensive sediment control solutions from Geotextile Rolls, Geotextile Bales, Coir Blankets and eco-friendly coir Landscaping products.
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- On slopes and gullies where installing silt fences are not possible
- To protect gutters and footpaths
- Near open drains on the sides of the roads, to capture sediment and slow water runoff
- In areas where plants are being regrown and the material needs to break down and become part of nature.
- Along rivers and streams to stop the banks from eroding and reduce the movement of waves.
- Environmental remediation for degraded land and contaminated soil
- Construction and infrastructure projects