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New Erosion and Sediment Control TV Show!

New Erosion and Sediment Control TV Show!

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Hi Everyone,

I wanted to let everyone know about an exciting project that myself, a film crew and John McCullah (CPSEC & Salix Applied Eartcare) have been working on over the past year.

It is a new television show dedicated to the Erosion and Sediment Control industry.

"Dirt Time: With John McCullah" is a series of half hour television episodes; each one concentrating on a different BMP.

Season 1 is now out and covers such topics as:  Streambank stabilization, Hydromulching, RECPs, Sediment Ponds, Silt Fence, Wattles, and much much more.

Season 1 is now out and can be viewed on www.escn.tv
(with a new 9 min episode portion being put up each week)

or purchased at: www.dirttimetv.com


Dirt Time is a great primer for the industry's BMPs.  It's perfect for training/informing Contractors, regulator or inspectors.

It is a fun, informative show that we think is great for the industry.  

We are currently shooting season 2, and we want to make it the best show that it can be.  Please take a look and let us know what you think!  What's good, what's bad, what's missing, etc...

Thanks,

James

www.dirttimetv.com

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