Erosion control/
geotechnical sector

Coir geotextiles

Coir geotextiles (coir net/geo coir) are biodegradable products used for purposes of soil stabilisation and slope protection in the erosion control/geotechnical sectors.

Coir logs

Coir logs are 100% natural and biodegradable. They allow for deep rooting of plants while providing nutrients, and are used for stream bank stabilisation, shoreline protection, wetland mitigation and as channel edge liner.

Coir pillows

Coir pillows or coir pallet are used for stream/river bank protection, storm water channel, mulching, antiweed control, vegetative water channels, and for sediment trapping in waterways near construction sites.

Drain mats

Drain mats help erosion control in the surface of soil, protecting against the collapse of the slope

Drain sheet

Drain sheets are seeded blankets for erosion control applications which drain off excess water on soil surface using non-woven fabric.


Geocells have wide application in the civil engineering and geotechnical sectors, and are suitable for shorelines, steep slopes, retaining walls, access roads, dams, ports, railroads, spillways, and landfills.


Geogrids are geosynthetic material used to reinforce soil. Geogrids are used to reinforce retaining walls and soils below roads or structures. Soils pull apart under tension, therefore, using geogrids help increase the strength in tension.



Tough and flexible, geomembranes are used in landfills, fish farm ponds, and contamination applications. Geomembrans are heavily treated to enhance UV, heat and chemical resistance.

Jute Geotextile

Natural fibres are gradually emerging as essential ingredients of various types of textiles in view of increasing global concerns about environmental degradation.

PP non-woven geotextiles

PP non-woven geotextiles are manufactured using pp staple fibre, which are needle punched to form a strong, stable structure. Geotextiles are resistance to chemicals and biological organisms found in the soil.