SiltSoxx™ is a three dimensional tubular mesh device, filled with Filtrexx Media, that helps stop sediment. It is a superior alternative to silt fence and straw wattles. It is used in check dams, perimeter control, inlet protection, filter rings and more.
EnviroSoxx® is a three dimensional tubular mesh device, filled with Filtrexx Media, that helps remove hydrocarbons, heavy metals, bacteria, and nutrients. Ideal for industrial sites, urban watersheds, agricultural lands, and MS4s.
Filtrexx is the inventor of the compost filter sock, a superior alternative to silt fence and straw wattles to divert, control and trap sediment and debris during construction activities. Our team of experienced sediment & erosion control professionals design and engineer Best Management Practices (BMPs) for diverse sediment control applications.
EnviroSoxx® are Compost Filter Soxx™ with one or more natural additives to help remove targeted pollutants such as bacteria, heavy metals, hydrocarbons and nutrients from stormwater runoff. Contact a Filtrexx professional and let us collaborate to reduce contamination risks on your next project development.
Filtrexx has developed sustainable systems that address stormwater management challenges in post-construction applications. We design, engineer and install low impact development (LID) systems to help you reduce, divert, absorb, clean and filter stormwater runoff.
Filtrexx is the industry leader in sustainable technologies especially designed for stabilization applications. From bank stabilization, channel protection and retaining living walls to compost erosion control, stormwater and vegetated blankets, we offer a wide range of reliable stabilization and erosion control solutions.
Filtrexx offers an extensive portfolio of living walls for structural, landscape and decoration applications. Landscape architects, designers, civil engineers and interior designers thrive on the possibilities our LivingWalls™ division offers to their projects.
As the inventors of the compost filter sock, we have seen the impact of our Soxx™ technology in diverse stormwater management, sediment and erosion control applications. We continue to push the limits of our technology and our sustainable solutions portfolio continues to evolve, based on theoretical and applied research. Access our Filtrexx University section for additional information about Best Management Practices (BMPs) and courses about stormwater management, sediment & erosion control. Gain FREE access to presentations, research library, webinars, specifications, and more.
Filtrexx is a global leader in research and development of sustainable, compost based Best Management Practices (BMPs) for stormwater management, sediment & erosion control, pollutant removal and living walls applications. View the latest industry trends, company news and events, access our FREE webinars or attend one of our FREE seminars.
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Let's meet at one of many tradeshows, conferences and industry gatherings. Our team would be glad to share our capabilities and product portfolio. We focus on industries needing sustainable technologies for stormwater management, erosion and sediment control, living walls and green roofs.
Lunch & Learn sessions, round tables, seminars and educational sessions, you name it. We put ourselves out there to share our sustainable technologies with erosion & sediment control engineers, landscape engineers & designers, architects, department of transportation (DOT) and other industry professionals.
Filtrexx offers FREE webinars on diverse topics throughout the year. We share how compost-based Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices (BMPs) can dramatically reduce sediment and target invisible pollutants in stormwater runoff, as well as a series on Living Walls, Retaining Living Walls and Green Roofs. Attend a live broadcast and earn a Certificate of Attendance worth 1.0 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credit.