American Shoreline Restoration

American Shoreline Restoration - Erosion Repair Services

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Florida's affordable shoreline restoration, erosion control & erosion restoration solution,
specializing in the Geotec Tube shoreline restoration system.

Member Associations, Professional
Organizations, Dealers, and Suppliers

Better Business Bureau (BBB)
Contech Construction Products
Erosion Control Magazine (Published by Forester)
Erosion Control Technology Council (ECTC)
Erosion & Sediment Control Network
Florida Turf Grass Association (FTGA)
Geosynthetic Materials Association (GMA)
GeosIndex (Indexed Geosynthetic Material Specifications) (Free On-Line Geosynthetics Technical Information)
Golf's Yellow Page Directory
International Geosynthetics Society (IGS)
International Association of Geosynthetic Installers (IAGI)
International Erosion Control Association (IECA)
Land and Water Magazine (Published by Land and Water, Inc.)
Land Improvement Contractors of America (LICA) (Portal to Landscape Development Industry)
North American Surface Water Quality Conference
North American Stormwater and Erosion Control Association (NESECA)
Rinker Materials & Rinker Group
Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS)
National Wetlands Coalition (NWC)
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Shoreline Habitat Restoration
Business Directory
Southern Florida Business Guide
Local Directory
Florida West Coast Directory
Web Directories

Industry Websites

Look here to find other organizations, associations, agencies, resources and other links to web sites pertaining to erosion and sediment control. Please email to suggest a new link.

We have also collected information from IECA members for state-specific web sites. This listing contains useful sites to visit and learn more about federal and state/province erosion and sediment control regulations.

Federal & State Regulation web sites »

Academy of Geo-Professionals - ASCE
Agricultural Research Service (ARS)
American Public Works Association
American Society of Agricultural Engineers
American Society of Agronomy
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society for Testing & Materials
ASCE Geo-Institute
Asia Soil Conservation Network for the Humid Tropics
Associated General Contractors of America
Associated General Contractors of WA Education Foundation
Asturforesta 2001 Forestry Technology Conference
California Native Grass Association
Const auction Industry Compliance Assistance Center
Environmental & Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers (EWRI)
Environment Web Site Links
Erosion Control Technology Council
Erosion Control Journal
Erosion and Sediment Control Network
European Society for Soil Conservation
Florida Board of Professional Engineers
Int'l Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering
International Stormwater BMP Database Search
Land and Water, Inc.
Land Improvement Contractors Association (LICA)
Landscape Architect and Specifier News
National Metal Finishing Resource Center
National Watershed Coalition
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
Society of Ecological Restoration, California Chapter
Society for Range Management (SRM)
Soil and Water Conservation Society
Soil Erosion
Texas A&M University Research Program (Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Research)
The Stormwater Manager's Resource Center
Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeepers
Water Online
"Know Your Watershed Address" system

Government Agencies and Resources

On-line erosivity index calculator for construction sites
EPA's Construction & Development Effluent Guidelines project
EPA's Office of  Wetlands, Oceans & Watersheds
International Trade Administration/US Dept of Commerce
National Assoc. of Conservation Districts
National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
Natural Resources Conservation Service
The National Resources Inventory (NRI)
Soil Quality Institute (USDA/NRCS)
Soil Biological Communities
Stormwater Notice of Intent or eNOI
USDA Agricultural Research Service
USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service
USDA Forest Service
US Department of Transportation
US Department of Transportation list of state websites
Warren Co. (NY) Soil and Water Conservation District

To Learn More about the Geotec Tube Advantages: CALL TOLL FREE: 1-888-753-7633

All Geotec fabrics are made of polypropylene with ultraviolet stabilizers to resist damage caused by exposure to sunlight. Polypropylene is one of the most inert textile polymers available, and is highly resistant to soil chemicals, mildew, and bacteria.

American Shoreline Restoration is proud to offer the Geotec Tube Erosion Control System. At 25% of the cost of conventional bulkheads or seawalls, the Geotec Tube is the most cost effective and environmentally responsible shoreline erosion control system available.

Shoreline erosion is a serious issue in Florida, and continues to grow worse due to poor lake development standards, hurricanes and heavy rain. Erosion problems are easily solved by installing the Geotec Tube erosion control system. Shoreline stability is also easily achieved by the installation of the Geotec Tube erosion control system.

The Geotec Tube is constructed from the highest quality Polypropylene non woven geotextile sewn together to form a custom diameter tube. The tube is interconnected along the waters edge, then a small sand pump is used to fill the tube with the same sand and organic material that has been eroding into the lake or canal. The final result is a long lasting, fully contained sand filter barrier that will stabilize the bank from erosion and filter rainwater and irrigation run off.

The Geotec Tube erosion barrier can be installed on any shoreline contour or stacked pyramid fashion to create a more substantial barrier to protect against soil erosion during heavy rains. Once the Geotec Tube is sodded, the durability and life span is unlimited. Shoreline restoration is easy to obtain and erosion control has never been more simple.

CALL TOLL FREE: 1-888-753-7633

American Shoreline Restoration ASR is ready to assist you with affordable shoreline restoration. ASR is family owned & operated and focuses mainly on Geotec Tube erosion control system installations. The Geotec Tube is installed from the water with no impact on existing landscape or property use. Geotec Tube erosion control applications include hundreds of golf courses, city, county and state governmental agencies, as well as homeowners associations, private residence and Orlando theme parks.


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