T-Bar: a very common and useful construction material. In stream rehabilitation projects however, it is increasingly evident this product poses a hidden safety hazard. For more information on this topic, click on image.
Stream Rehabilitation 19 June 2004. Volunteers from the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority, Nottawasaga Steelheaders Association and others take part in stream rehabilitation project. It's an exciting day for Simcoe Environmental Technology to test and evaluate its prototype anchor (soil spike) for its performance. For project details, click on image.
Soil Spike first generation used for stream rehabilitation projects. Click on image for link to page with complete details.
Bioengineering basics using soil spikes or soil bolts. Click on image for information sheet.
Local students and volunteers from Honda's Environmental Department work on a bioengineering project at Beeton Creek in Beeton, ON. One component of the project is the soil spike developed and manufactured by Simcoe Environmental Technology. For additional project details and a scanned article from the The Herald Weekend Edition, Alliston, Ontario, October 21, 2005 click on image.