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Under the Clean Water Act more regulatory enforcement measures are in effect to prevent sediment from polluting our waterways. In order to meet municipal, state and federal mandates for stormwater runoff a variety of Best Management Practices (BMPs) are to be properly installed, maintained and inspected. EcoGro can keep its clients within compliance by offering a comprehensive erosion prevention and sediment control (EPSC) program, including full SWPPP documentation and inspections. True to our green approach we offer an array of biodegradable and/or compost-based BMPs.

 

bmp-seal-smallQualified Inspectors certified by KEPSC.

 

Related Links: Kentucky Erosion Prevention and Sediment ControlKentucky's Clean Stormwater Program


Erosion & Sediment Control Projects

Pond Creek
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Pond Creek in Crockett County, Tennessee resembled a straightened ditch. A section of private property was acquired by the West Tennessee River Basin…

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Eastland
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EcoGro was sub-contracted to install an in-stream sediment check dam during channel excavation using Filtrexx® compost Filtersoxx. A designated…

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East Fork Little Sandy
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EcoGro was hired as a subcontractor to install erosion controls and native plants on a stream restoration project in Lawrence County, Kentucky.

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Crooked Creek
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Crooked Creek, a tributary to the Tennessee River, was selected by the Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program for restoration. EcoGro was hired as a…

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Brushy Creek
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EcoGro was contracted to hydroseed native wildflower seeds on a 4+ acre stream restoration project conducted by another company. After work on the…

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Avey's Run
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EcoGro was hired to help improve habitat quality on natural area owned by the Cincinnati Nature Center. EcoGro installed erosion controls and native…

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