Erosion Control

Tenax expands facility

Tenax expands facility- Texax Corp. has doubled its sole manufacturing plant with a plan to add new machinery by the end of Dec. The firm has added three extruders to its existing five, boosting annual extrusion capacity to 20 million pounds. It will invest nearly $2.7 million in machinery. Its 60,000 sq. ft. building grew to 150,000 sq. ft. with a $2.2 million investment. They will hire 20 people... »

Cooley Career Opportunities

Cooley Group - Where Chemistry Makes the Difference -For career opportunities within the Cooley Group »

GIGSA News Flash

GIGSA News Flash South Africa is having a very serious erosion control problem. If you would like to consider joining the South African Chapter of IECA or have any imput into solving the problem, this is a very useful association to belong to. For more information visist or »

SAGEOS is Hiring

SAGEOS of Quebec, CA is looking for a Civil Engineer in charge of research and development. Must be fluent in english and french. »

Candidates for the Board of Directors

International Erosion Control Association announce candidates for the IECA Board of Directors. They are as follows: Shirley Morrow, Senior Environmental Scientist/Landscape Designer for Burns & McDonnell, Michael Frankcombe - working with the Department of Main Roads in Far North Queensland in Austrailia, Ron Faucher - Source Protection Coordinator of Portland Water District's Water Resources Divi... »

Portland Classical Chinese Garden awards I-CORP INTERNATIONAL Contract to Locate Leaks

I-CORP INTERNATIONAL has been awarded a contract by the Portland Classical Chinese Garden in Portland, ME, to locate leaks in the GCL-only liner of its 8,000 ft2 ornamental lake. Using new technology I-CORP will perform what is believed to be only the second comprehensive leak survey on a non-geomembrane lined pond while covered with water. I-CORP is also working on pitch-scan noncontact ultraso... »

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