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Massachusetts Erosion Control Course

Course Description

Throughout Massachusetts and the world, erosion is one of the leading contributors to water impairment. Erosion is the process by which soil particles are dislodged by water or wind.

This course covers erosion and how it occurs; impacts of erosion on the environment and the economy; the factors that affect erosion; information on vegetation establishment; topsoil and fertilizers; mulch and compost; rolled erosion control devices; and surface roughening.

Are you a Massachusetts-based construction professional seeking further Stormwater qualifications for your resume and professional expertise? At StormwaterONE, our Massachusetts-based erosion control experts have designed this course and made it available as part of our 16 hour CI206: QCIS - Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater - Massachusetts

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Diverting offsite runoff around a disturbed area reduces the amount of stormwater which comes into contact with the exposed soils. If there is less runoff coming in contact with exposed soil, then there will be less erosion of the soil and less stormwater which has to be treated to remove sediment.


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