Silt Curtain Hire

Silt Curtain Hire

Trade Enviro now offers a complete silt curtain hire service.

  • Silt boom hire and free consultation
  • Installation
  • Removal
  • Cleaning and maintenance (if req’d)

Need a silt curtain to protect an adjacent local waterway from pollution but only require temporary protection?

Trade enviro’s silt curtain hire service is the perfect solution for businesses who have a temporary requirement (e.g. short term dredging or excavation project) and don’t want to outlay the full price for a silt boom.

Silt Curtain hire is an affordable option for the following types of projects:

  • Short-term marine construction
  • Short term development projects running adjacent to waterways
  • Short term dredging projects
  • Piling operations
  • Marine excavation

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D.I.G Earthworks and Civil Pty Ltd are undertaking a $1m earthworks and civil project at Emerald Lakes on the Gold Coast of Australia,D.I.G Earthworks and Civil Pty Ltd highly recommend Trade Environmental and Paul Banner for the supply of floating silt barriers and we will be using them again on future projectsShane GrimwoodDirector

Silt Curtain Hire – Order Form

Simply fill out the form below including the requirements for your project and we’ll be in touch to discuss pricing and availability.

FAQ

Can I install it myself?

Installation is best handled by an experienced installer. Anchoring and installation require specialised equipment and knowledge of product with regard to local conditions.

What’s involved in installation?

The sections of curtain are joined beginning with the chained section at the bottom of the curtain. Once complete, the curtain is towed and anchored in place. The type of anchoring used depends largely on tidal influence and  local wind conditions.

Are there any situations where silt curtain should not be used?

The sections of curtain are joined beginning with the chained section at the bottom of the curtain. Once complete, the curtain is towed and anchored in place. The type of anchoring used depends largely on tidal influence and  local wind conditions.

How do I know if hiring as opposed to purchasing silt curtain is my best option?

Speak to us today we’ll be more than happy to discuss your requirements and advise of the most effective/affordable solution for your project.