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Watershed Geo Appoints Kyle Ehman as President

Watershed Geo Appoints Kyle Ehman as President

Atlanta, GA – April 2, 2019 - Watershed Geo announced today that CEO Michael Ayers has appointed Kyle Ehman as President effective April 1. The company’s national footprint is approaching 2,000 acres of installed projects, and Watershed Geo has doubled in revenue and...

Watershed Geo Celebrates Ten Years of ClosureTurf®

Watershed Geo Celebrates Ten Years of ClosureTurf®

Approximately 1,500 Acres in the U.S. Capped with ClosureTurf Atlanta, Ga. – January 17, 2019 – A leader in civil engineering and erosion control technologies, Watershed Geo today celebrates the ten-year anniversary of its first ClosureTurf® landfill installation....

HydroTurf® Makes LA DOTD Approved Materials List

HydroTurf Approved in Three Categories for Stabilization and Erosion Control Atlanta, GA – January 8, 2019 – Watershed Geo announced today that its engineered synthetic turf revetment system, HydroTurf, has been selected by the Louisiana Department of Transportation...

Anthony Ferrari Joins Watershed Geo

Anthony Ferrari Joins Watershed Geo

Watershed Geo is pleased to announce that Anthony Ferrari has joined our sales team as Vice President of Industrial Markets. A recognized leader in the industrial sector, Anthony has over 30 years of experience working with Fortune 100 clients in the Chemical, Pulp...

HydroTurf Featured in Waste Advantage Magazine!

HydroTurf Featured in Waste Advantage Magazine!

Using an engineered synthetic turf system to manage storm water at landfill sites addresses multiple issues while improving performance and reducing costs. By: Krista Willey Handling concentrated flows of water at landfills presents multiple challenges when it comes...

Handling Concentrated Flows on Landfill Closures

Handling Concentrated Flows on Landfill Closures

In most landfill closure designs, water flow is directed off the top deck to steep downchute channels in order to prevent erosion and eliminate ponding.  Common materials for these lined drainage channels include rock riprap, concrete lining and drainage pipe.  These...