Original Press Release
ASTM International Standards on Erosion and Sediment Control Technology
Press release date: May 14, 2012
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-A new publication, ASTM Standards on Erosion and Sediment Control Technology, 3rd Edition, features 76 of the latest ASTM specifications, test methods, practices and guides for minimizing soil erosion and controlling sediment delivery to lakes, streams and other receiving water bodies.
ASTM Standards on Erosion and Sediment Control Technology is a vital resource for designers, specifiers, landscape architects, developers, resource managers, excavation contractors, landscapers, site inspectors and permit enforcement personnel.
The ASTM standards featured in the publication address erosion and sedimentation processes caused by wind, rain, flowing water and wave attack, and cover manufactured products and natural materials. Natural materials include soil, rock riprap and live materials, such as willows and grasses used for erosion and sediment control. Manufactured products include mulches and tackifiers, biodegradable blankets, turf reinforcement mats, sediment retention and filtration devices, gabions, grout-filled mats, geotextiles and articulating concrete block systems.
ASTM Standards on Erosion and Sediment Control Technology, 3rd Edition, is available for $249 USD in print (450 pages; 8.5" x 11" soft cover; ISBN: 978-0-8031-7031-5; Stock #: EROSION12).
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