Aqualogs are a durable fibre log made from waste material destined for landfill. They are effective revetments used in erosion management and they also happen to improve water quality
Aqualogs™ are used for preventing erosion, improving water quality and supporting the reinstatement of banks, while providing a stable, long lasting habitat
Aqualogs are made from a very durable and naturally occurring German coal industry by-product, normally destined for landfill. Xylit is a tough, woody fibre that exists in large quantities and requires no additional energy when being made into Aqualog biochar fibre rolls.
The raw fibre Xylit is exceptionally long lasting and flexible, and can provide an alternative habitat for wild flora and fauna, with an incredibly high micro-surface area for biofilm habitat. For use in bank protection and stabilisation.
Xylit is able to withstand biological degradation and mechanical duress. Aqualogs are great in high energy situations and have a design life of more than thirty years in both terrestrial and aquatic environments.