Come Join Us at IECA!

GEI Works invites you to stop by Booth #231 at Environmental Connection in San Antonio, TX on February 17, 18, and 19. The International Erosion Control Association will be hosting their premier educational event at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in downtown San Antonio where 1,500 leaders of the erosion mitigation, sediment control, and stormwater management industry will attend application training courses, topic-focused technical sessions, and the largest expo of its kind. 

GEI Works will be featured at the "Learning Lounge" on Friday from 10:15-10:45 a.m. The Learning Lounge is a forum at which relevant erosion control topics are discussed, and solutions are proposed and explained.  As part of this event, GEI will debut three new stormwater filtration products. Each of these products are practical solutions to common challenges that erosion mitigation, sediment control, and stormwater management professionals face every day.

The new Taurus Over Grate Filter helps keep drain systems clean and free of debris.  It is durable enough to last in the toughest conditions, and its low profile makes it street-sweeper friendly.  It is rugged, convenient, versatile and easily installed by one person, without having to lift or remove heavy drain grates.  It can be used alone or combined with flocculants and absorbents, depending on the waterborne pollutants. 

The Taurus Ditch Check works like a mini check dam wall, slowing water flow while filtering sediment runoff in ditches, swales, and culverts. It has a self rising check dam designed to rise as the water flow increases, and lies nearly flat when there is no flow. The Taurus Ditch Check features an overflow port and built-in handles for easy sediment disposal, and folds flat for convenient storage and transport. 

The new Taurus Curb Inlet Filter prevents stormwater runoff from carrying harmful pollutants unfiltered into a curb drain. Unlike typical curb inlet guards that often create external sediment buildup, the Taurus Curb Inlet Filter allows sediment to flow into the drain where it is collected in a hopper and held until the unit is emptied. There is an overflow port to ensure that water doesn't pool, regardless of how full the hopper becomes. The Taurus Curb Inlet Filter is so low profile that it almost disappears when installed in the mouth of storm drains. 

If you plan on attending Environmental Connection, stop by our booth #231 and say hello. Feel free at any time to contact our product specialists for more product details. 

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