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SediMax™

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Introduction

SediMax-FR (Filtration Rolls) create temporary, three-dimensional structures perfect for forest fire rehabilitation, bioengineering projects, construction sites, ski slopes, wetland mitigation and other applications where stormwater runoff is a concern. This 100% biodegradable product is made from a 70% straw and 30% coconut fiber matrix reinforced with biodegradable netting rolled edge-to-edge. 

SediMax-FR creates a highly-effective, temporary, three-dimensional, sediment-filtration structure to slow stormwater runoff and prevent sediment migration.

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With 38 years' experience in the geosynthetics industry and a long-standing commitment to the environment, our highly qualified staff can assess your needs and work with you to determine the best solution for the challenge you're facing.

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