IECA Pulse: Industry in Focus

IECA is excited to announce the launch of a new monthly series, "IECA Pulse: Industry in Focus," where we will engage in a discussion on a relevant industry topic with you, our valued industry practitioners.

The goal of "IECA Pulse" is to foster an open and informative dialogue among our members and provide you with the latest information and tools to stay ahead in the industry. Whether you are an erosion control professional, a stormwater manager, or a regulatory specialist, "IECA Pulse" is designed to provide you with valuable insights and perspectives that you can apply in your daily work.

We encourage you to participate in "IECA Pulse" and share your thoughts, ideas, and questions on the featured topics. Your active engagement will help shape the discussion and ensure that "IECA Pulse" remains a relevant and valuable resource for our community.

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As we prepare to go to our Annual Conference and Expo, I know that our main focus is to learn as much as we can and to review all of the potential innovations displayed on the exhibit hall floor. However, I also want to encourage you to dedicate some ...
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As we approach the IECA Annual Conference & Expo in Spokane, WA, from February 25-28, 2024, we're thrilled to showcase the remarkable achievements of the Industry Manufactures and Distributors in their pursuit to provide ...
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Erosion is a natural process, but when it occurs at an accelerated rate due to human activities, it can have devastating consequences for the environment. Traditional methods of erosion control often involve hard engineering solutions like concrete structures ...
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The stage is set, the anticipation palpable, as we prepare to embark on a journey back in time, to an era when the world was a vastly different place. Imagine the Pacific Northwest, a land shaped not just by the steady hands of time but by cataclysmic ...
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Exploring Sustainable Alternatives to Silt Fences for Erosion Control Construction and land development projects often face the challenge of controlling erosion and sediment runoff, particularly during the initial phases. While silt fences have been ...
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As erosion and sediment control experts, we are dedicated to protecting our environment and mitigating the adverse effects of soil erosion. In this article, we will delve into the world of Best Management Practices (BMPs) and shed light on two key categories: ...
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Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made chemicals that have been widely used in various industrial and commercial applications since the 1940s. They are commonly found in firefighting foam, non-stick cookware, waterproof clothing, ...
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