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The North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) has published an article in their Summer 2012 Issue (Vol.32, No.2) of LakeLine regarding concerns with coir-based products. The title of the article is entitled, "A Different Kind of Invasive." Click here to view the article.
American Excelsior Company will be hosting the North American Stormwater & Erosion Control Association's (NASECA's) fall seminar. The theme for this year's 9/13/12 event is "Stormwater's Dirty Secrets and Shoreline Stabilization That Works." Morning class room sessions will be followed by hands on demonstrations at American Excelsior Company's ErosionLab in Rice Lake, WI. More information on the seminar is available from NASECA at:http://library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1102626331916-37/NASECA+Rice+Lake+2012+FINAL.pdf
American Excelsior Company recently introduced a new high-density rectangular log product for use in shoreline applications and other areas where sediment and erosion concerns exist that warrant a damming product. Curlex Bloc replaces foreign-made products such as coir.
Arlington, TX - American Excelsior Company announced the addition of Loren Weeks to the position of Territory Manager for the company's Erosion Control Division. Loren will be responsible for sales and distribution management for the states of Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska. Jerry Bohannon-Division Director stated: “We are excited about Loren joining our organization as his past experience in water treatment and sediment reduction chemicals will be a perfect fit for our product lines, along with his background in marketing which will support American Excelsior distributors in the Upper Midwest. He...
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