The Effects of Erosion on Our Ecosystems

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Hurricane Harvey Cleanup Progress

After Hurricane Harvey ravaged Texas in 2017, areas containing carcinogenic waste in the San Jacinto River required multi-million-dollar clean-ups. A few sites have reached significant milestones and have been removed from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) priority cleanup list, including the San Jacinto River Waste Pits located in Houston, Texas.

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Post-Construction Site Monitoring

In 2017, Submar installed a special system of articulating concrete revetment mattresses in New Mexico: Armadune mats, which are designed to work in desert environments. The mats’ tapered cells help collect sediment while the excelsior matrix collects moisture and allows root system development. Tate Salas, our Southwest Regional Sales Manager, is conducting a post-construction site assessment

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Looking At the Geology behind Wildfires

For those in the oil and gas pipeline industry, it’s important to take the time to understand the geology behind wildfires. Wildfires are often under-looked as a threat to pipelines but can cause significant damage, especially when it comes to erosion and altering a landscape. Fortunately, there are some tools available to the industry that

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