Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Reclamation, and Remediation

Atlas Turf International is your source for seeded solutions for erosion, sedimentation, and dust control as well as infrastructure, reclamation, and remediation projects.

When it comes to erosion control, infrastructure, reclamation, and soil remediation Atlas Turf International has the seeded product right for the job. With a full selection of warm and cool season species, Atlas Turf is able to match the right product with each specific application, including construction sites, roadsides, airports, landfills, mining sites, flood zones, and wetland, streambank, or shoreline restoration. Besides the application, our experts also carefully analyze the location to recommend the appropriate seeded product for the exact climate and conditions. Instead of pushing a one size fits all program, Atlas Turf offers specialized products and custom blends or mixes for each project’s unique requirements.

Atlas Turf seeded products for erosion control, infrastructure, reclamation, and remediation include a complete selection of native grasses, bermudagrasses, ryegrasses, paspalums, and fescues.

Atlas Turf seeded products for erosion control, infrastructure, reclamation, and remediation include a complete selection of native grasses, bermudagrasses, ryegrasses, paspalums, and fescues. Our products get the job done with features including:

  • Quick germination
  • Rapid establishment
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • Low fertility requirements
  • Turf density
  • Weed suppression
  • Heat, cold, and drought tolerance
  • Salt tolerance
  • Shade tolerance
  • Pest and disease resistance

Whether your concerns are erosion, sedimentation, dust control, revegetation, reclamation, remediation, or restoration of any kind on slopes, embankments, or any exposed area, Atlas Turf has the solution. Contact us today.

About 60 percent of soil that is washed away ends up in rivers, streams, and lakes, making waterways more prone to flooding and to contamination from soil's fertilizers and pesticides.

study by Cornell University

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2020-04-14T12:59:51-04:00

study by Cornell University

About 60 percent of soil that is washed away ends up in rivers, streams, and lakes, making waterways more prone to flooding and to contamination from soil's fertilizers and pesticides.
The productivity of some lands has declined by 50% due to soil erosion. On a global scale, the annual loss of soil costs the world about US$400 billion per year.

from Land Degradation: An Overview by Eswaran, Lal, and Reich

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2020-04-14T12:45:28-04:00

from Land Degradation: An Overview by Eswaran, Lal, and Reich

The productivity of some lands has declined by 50% due to soil erosion. On a global scale, the annual loss of soil costs the world about US$400 billion per year.
Our most significant non-renewable geo-resource is productive land and fertile soil. Each year, an estimated 24 billion tons of fertile soil are lost due to erosion.

study by UNCCD

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2020-04-14T13:07:29-04:00

study by UNCCD

Our most significant non-renewable geo-resource is productive land and fertile soil. Each year, an estimated 24 billion tons of fertile soil are lost due to erosion.
Around the world, soil is being swept and washed away 10 to 40 times faster than it is being replenished, destroying cropland the size of Indiana every year.

study by Cornell University

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2020-04-14T12:52:07-04:00

study by Cornell University

Around the world, soil is being swept and washed away 10 to 40 times faster than it is being replenished, destroying cropland the size of Indiana every year.
Erosion increases the amount of dust carried by wind, which not only acts as an abrasive and air pollutant but also carries about 20 human infectious disease organisms, including anthrax and tuberculosis.

study by Cornell University

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2020-04-14T13:01:54-04:00

study by Cornell University

Erosion increases the amount of dust carried by wind, which not only acts as an abrasive and air pollutant but also carries about 20 human infectious disease organisms, including anthrax and tuberculosis.
Soil erosion is second only to population growth as the biggest environmental problem the world faces.

David Pimentel, Professor of Ecology at Cornell University

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2020-04-14T12:57:09-04:00

David Pimentel, Professor of Ecology at Cornell University

Soil erosion is second only to population growth as the biggest environmental problem the world faces.
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