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BIOSOXX   Biodegradable Sediment Filter

BioSoxx is the original all-natural cotton biodegradable compost silt sock filled with Filtrexx® FilterMedia™. Studies have shown that the Filtrexx® BioSoxx™ outperforms silt fence, hay bales,  straw wattles and other socks. The bio sock achieves the same performance as the photodegradable multi-filament sock The Bio sock is a three-dimensional tubular soil erosion sediment control and stormwater filtration device typically used as a silt fence replacement for perimeter control, filtration of sediment and soluble pollutants – such as phosphorus and petroleum hydrocarbons.

Category:

Soil Erosion Sediment Controls

Filtrexx Perimeter control is a method of soil erosion sediment control Best Management Practices (BMP’s) that acts as a barrier to retain sediment on a construction site. The goal of installing soil erosion sediment control devices is to slow and hold water, filter runoff, and promote the settling of sediment via ponding behind the sediment control device.

Advantages:

  • The Bio sock does not have to be trenched or disturb any soil. It does not damage tree roots like silt fence trenching.
  • Filtrexx Northeast Systems manufacturers the palletized Bio sock per order and is generally available in 24 hours after the order is received.
  • Sediment is stopped in its tracks.
  • 50% more design capacity and flow through than silt fence.
  • Easily removed and minimal disposal costs.

Inlet Protection: The Bio sock is used as a sediment filter will restrict silt and sediment from going into catch basins and be used as a curb sediment containment system.

Check Dams: Use as a check dam device in stormwater ditches, channels, and swales on or near land disturbing activities.

  1. Integrated Erosion Control Australia

    Integrated Erosion Control Australia has the best in market Bio Soxx (Biodegradable Sediment Filter). The bio sock achieves the same performance as the photodegradable multi-filament sock and does not have to be trenched and does not damage tree roots like silt fence trenching.

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