Eight years on and vegetative erosion control is a massive success on the River Cleddau as an alternative to blockstone.
Recent research into habitat complexity and biodiversity in artificial reefs used Salix’s Rock Rolls and reef netting for its field study. Artificial reefs are created for marine and coastal environments to increase habitat complexity and biodiversity.
Conservation Science MSc study reports that water voles favour Coir Rolls of the five different riparian habitats studied on the Middle Level waterways. Data collected from water vole latrine presence, droppings and feeding remains revealed that 95.45% of the Coir Roll revetment sites surveyed were occupied by breeding water voles, which was a far higher … Continue reading Water voles prefer coir rolls
Salix have been appointed as specialist contractors to deal with the erosion control and habitat creation within a SuDS for a mix of housing and business parks at The Avenue
With the help of Salix, the Norfolk Rivers Trust is improving fish and other river wildlife habitats on the River Babingley near Flitcham, one of only two hundred chalk rivers left in the world.
Salix has installed a revolutionary green drainage channel along an 18km stretch of the A11 in Norfolk, between Fiveways and Thetford.
Phosphorus is one of the most common parameters causing a watercourse to fail water quality standards set out under the Water Framework Directive.