Tackling Erosion in The Outback of Australia

preventing river erosion caused by water in australian farms

Erosion Out West Erosion in the outback has been a concern for the sustainability of weirs and flumes. The relentless forces of nature, coupled with the region’s unique challenges, have pushed for the utilisation of innovative solutions to combat erosion. Enter Kyowa Rock Bags – a revolutionary tool fighting against erosion in water management infrastructure.

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Water Brings Life, But Also… Flood Damage

flood damage restoration

Australians…we love our shorelines, rivers, and creeks. Life by the water is fantastic. Water brings life to our river systems, farms, lakes, gardens and your tap at home. The explosion of life at our filled inland lakes is so magically magnificent. But when La Niña brings too much water, it also brings misery for many

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NOAQ Boxwalls Defend Against Storm Babet

NOAQ Boxwall Storm babet

Storm Babet Hits Hard Storm Babet, a real powerhouse weather system, paid Denmark an unwelcome visit, leaving quite an impression on the country. This storm didn’t hold back, bringing strong winds, heavy rain, and rough seas, causing quite a commotion across the nation. The coastal areas of Denmark took the brunt of Babet’s fury, getting

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Kyowa Rock Bags: Fostering Plant Growth

A Natural Barrier Against Coastal Erosion The erosion problem at this popular Sydney beach is one that many coastal regions face globally. Rising sea levels and increasingly intense storms have eroded the precious coastal land, threatening homes and ecosystems. In the search for an effective erosion control measure, Kyowa Rock Bags have proven to be

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Time for ‘Room for the River’

Flexible net gabions supporting a retaining wall on the Murray river

Have you heard of the ‘Room for the River’ concept? It’s an intriguing approach to flood protection that was started by the Dutch Government. To explain, they create designated areas where the river can overflow, which helps manage high water levels and minimise flood damage when needed. It’s a bit different from the dyke construction

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Solving Creek Erosion One Rock Bag at A Time

Kyowa Rock Bags used for creek erosion

Creeks and streams often become a natural attraction no matter where you live. Littered with leaves, or perhaps bordered by grass, they are a place we draw to for the peace. Most of the time, in Australia, your local stream is barely likely to even trickle. If it does flow, it probably won’t sweep anybody

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Erosion On Our Farms

preventing river erosion caused by water in australian farms

Everybody loves water, but farmers even more so! Without it, their crops, and livestock struggle, threatening their jobs and lifestyles. However, high levels of erosion caused by water are no joke. Too much water can also be destructive and cause serious issues such as erosion on our farms. Rain bombs, large storms and La Nina

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Temporary or Permanent Erosion Solution

Emergency, Temporary or Permanent Scour and Erosion Solutions Flooding is not a new natural disaster. So why do so many flood prone communities wait until it’s too late to protect their loved ones and belongings? It’s common to severely underestimate the severity of the inclining weather conditions. When it is left to late, there’s nothing

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Saving the Pilbara Rail Bridge From Scouring

road rail bridge maintenance

Take me to the Pilbara any day! Pilbara’s vast landscapes, bright colours, and incredibly other-worldly scenery are beyond magic. Its remote outback and pristine natural wonders could easily inspire the most epic adventures. The Pilbara Rail Bridge Do you know what else is impressive about Pilbara? Its infrastructure! Take a look at this extended bridge

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Bridge Pier Scour Protection: Alternatives to Riprap and Gabion Retaining Walls

Bridge Pier Scour Protection

Bridges are an integral part of transport infrastructure. They improve transportation and allow us to carry out day-to-day tasks effectively. Without bridges, access to some areas would be pretty much impossible. If bridges are susceptible to damage, it can hinder a lot of activities, impacting us both economically and socially.  This is why bridge maintenance

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