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Erosion Control

Silt and sediment control is becoming a major issue in many jurisdictions during construction operations and in the daily operation of industrial sites. Erosion control measures are put in place to prevent and/or reduce movement of eroded soil sediments off-site.

Scorpion Containment Solutions products control silt and sediment before they become a liability. We offer products for silt and sediment control during construction activities on land and in water. From the simple silt fence, to turf reinforcement mats, Scorpion Containment Solutions have the right products for your sediment control needs.


Erosion Control Blankets

Erosion Control Blankets are natural fibers held in place by single or double netting. They serve to hold soils in place while retaining moisture, which helps promote vegetation growth.


Silt Fence

Silt Fences are the first line of defence when it comes to retaining soils from construction sites, ensuring soils disturbed through construction do not enter into streams, lakes and sewer systems.


Articulating Concrete Mats

Articulating concrete mats provide flexible, hydraulically stable protection in high-flow, high-scour application or where a hard armoring solution is required. The mats come in various configurations and sizes depending on your project requirements.


Turf Reinforcement Mats

Turf Reinforcement Mats are designed for critical slope and channel applications requiring permanent erosion control and turf reinforcement. Mats are supplied with varying fiber fill material including Straw, Coconut or 100% Polypropylene.


Cellular Confinement

Cellular Confinement Systems (CCS)—also known as geocells—are widely used in construction for erosion control, soil stabilization on flat ground and steep slopes, channel protection, and structural reinforcement for load support and earth retention.



Hydromulching is a one-step process where seed, fertilizer, mulch and a binder/tackifier are combined together in water. The resulting slurry is sprayed onto the soil surface providing a wood fibre interlocking mat that retains moisture for seed germination.