Hydroseeding Brisbane

Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, is one of the most populous cities in Australia. Along with its economic progress, however, is the growth of the environmental problems it faces.

The city enjoys a humid subtropical climate, with hot but wet summers, and dry but warm winters. Because of this, it attracts more and more people to live within the area. However, urban growth, combined with climate change, has made Brisbane susceptible to many erosion problems.

If the city’s environmental protection plans cannot keep up with its population and economic growth, its ecological issues may continue to grow and cause harmful events to the locals.

Erizon fully understands the needs of highly progressive cities like Brisbane. We innovate and develop our premium products to give long-lasting and up-to-date solutions to different environmental issues. We offer effective rehabilitation programs such as hydromulching, erosion control, and hydroseeding.

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Addressing The Need For Revegetation

Brisbane experiences both wet and dry seasons because of its sub-tropical climate. Climate change, however, caused an alteration of environmental conditions within the city.

During recent years, Brisbane has experienced high levels of weather uncertainty. There have been frequent and contrasting weather events like flooding, drought, cyclones, storms, and bushfires.

Flooding, for example, is a recurring problem in Brisbane. Since the start of the 19th century, it has faced many flood-related challenges. Brisbane residents experienced the most massive floods in the year 1974 and 2011.

The capital city of Queensland is in a flood plain. Thus, when storms and heavy rainfall occur, rivers and creeks overflow. Since the Brisbane river flows through the heart of the city, streets and houses within the community are not exempt from the devastating effects of rampaging floodwaters. Soil erosion rate goes higher, removing the nutrient-rich topsoil from the land.

Covering the soil through vegetation can protect it from the damaging effects of flooding. Plants have extensive root systems that help avoid soil displacement.

Roots create a network of connected, minute channels in the soil, making it porous. Rainwater can then seep into the soil several times faster than into the bare ground.

When plant debris in the soil degrades, they form aggregated clumps to increase the soil porosity and capability to absorb rainwater. After rain events, it reduces water entering the rivers and streams up to 20–35%.

The growing population of Brisbane, however, caused a dramatic impact on the vegetative growth in the city. To make room for urban and rural development projects, developers have inevitably destroyed or changed native vegetation.

Without enough plant covering, flood events may continue to pose a threat to the communities in Brisbane.

In response to these issues, the local government has worked hard to manage and reduce the risk of flooding in Brisbane. City officials started flood risk management plants through efficient piping and plumbing designs.

In addition, the city established FloodWise Property Reports (FWPR), Flood Awareness Maps (FAM), and the City Plan Flood Overlay Code to upgrade flood planning provisions. There is also a Flood Planning Scheme Policy which contains detailed information on calculating for flood planning levels in creeks, waterways, and overland flow.

The city also identified species that might mitigate flooding in waterway channels and floodplain rehabilitation projects.

Some criteria included in the assessment are the plant’s: (a) ability to withstand and recover from the effects of floodwaters, bed load, and gravel; (b) form of the root system; (c) rate of growth and propagation; and (d) appropriateness to location and problems within Brisbane.

Although these initiatives reduced the flood risk of the city, committed solutions are still necessary for long-term flood mitigation.

Erizon, composed of scientists and soil experts, has dedicated its resources to giving the best scientific and durable solutions for every soil rehabilitation and revegetation project. We offer tailored solutions to match every specific site’s need.

The Best Solution for Hydroseeding in Brisbane

Erizon has solved even the most challenging flood issues and revegetation concerns in Australia.

Our hydroseeding solution is a scientifically based method to revegetate extensive areas of land quickly. This procedure is ten times more effective in providing immediate erosion control than traditional methods, such as direct seeding and drill seeding.

Erizon comprises an excellent and innovative group of engineers who continually spend time in creating products and applications that give the best soil rehabilitation results.

One of our premium products, EnviroSprout, is an innovation that provides safe and environment-friendly revegetation to many areas. It is also a cost-effective solution that reduces project and labour costs effectively.

EnviroSprout comprises soil binders that bind seed and hydromulch components together with the soil. These binders create a hard crust that maximises the prevention of soil erosion and the enhancement of soil stability. The generated layer increases the soil’s water retention and the rate of seed germination.

In addition, EnviroSprout is a high-performance soil catalyst that boosts the soil through the billions of nutrients and bacteria it contains. All of these features ensure fast and durable land revegetation for flood mitigation.

Our hydroseeding products can revegetate slopes and dangerous-to-access lands. But they work best in areas where there is already quality soil, where mulch is unnecessary, and there is adequate irrigation available.

At Erizon, we also use modern equipment in our product application. Our hydroseeder trucks ensure even and constant mixing of ingredients and hydraulic spreading of important revegetation components such as seed, fertiliser, water, and other growth-enhancing additives.

Why Choose Erizon?

With over 25 years of experience, Erizon continues to lead the industry in providing environmental solutions for large and developing cities like Brisbane.

Our tailor-made approach to every project we undertake guarantees results that meet and satisfy specific client needs.

We always begin our process with a thorough site survey using our 3D drones. Then, our highly efficient scientists conduct soil analysis to identify the soil characteristics of the site.

Erizon then selects the plant species that would best fit the site and would provide the best erosion control for the specific land.

Further, we use the results of our analysis to tailor the right amount of fertiliser, trace elements, and soil probiotics that would ensure quality and stable growth.

Finally, our hydroseeding solution always ends with a post-project monitoring phase. Through our 3D drone technology, we always survey the land after every project to ensure success and address every issue that may occur.

Erizon’s passion drives its need to serve the community and provide a better place for every person in the city. Thus, we invite you to partner with us in this goal today.

Learn more about Erizon’s Approach to Environment Solutions in Brisbane.

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