Watch this video to know more about how Geotubes® can be used for shoreline, erosion or hurricane protection and more.
Sludge dewatering and containment with Tencate Geotube®
High water, waves and storms washed away much of the vegetation and sand dunes around a home on the shore of Lake Huron.
Rising water levels, higher waves and more frequent and intense storms are increasingly impacting shorelines along coastal areas and inland waterways. Many of these areas are experiencing serious erosion and loss of land that is threatening property, infrastructure and natural environments.
Sludge management is challenging for the remote Hamlet of Pangnirtung, Nunavut on Baffin Island.
Geotube or Rocks — which do you think offers a lower carbon footprint when constructing a breakwater structure?
Nearly 25 years ago, Geotube® containers were installed at Atlantic City, New Jersey to protect more than a mile of shoreline and the famous boardwalk from storms and extreme high tides.
Over the past several decades, the shoreline around the East Point Lighthouse has receded continually, posing a major threat to the more-than-170-year-old landmark.
More than a sandbag: Geotube® containers protect shorelines, restore beaches, create wetlands and more.
Geotube® containers are a proven, cost-effective solution that not only protects shorelines from erosion, but rebuilds beaches and reclaims land from bodies of water for recreational, residential and industrial purposes.