Green E-Control™

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Coir is a biodegradable organic fibre material which is coarse, rigid and strong. The constituents of coir have been found to be mostly cellulose and lignin. Coir fibre is weather resistant and resistant to fungal and bacterial decomposition. The rate of decomposition of coir is much less than any other natural fibre. These characteristics are attributed due to the high lignin content in the fibre. Coir in the form of woven mesh mattings or non-woven stitch bonded blankets are used in engineering applications in the geotechnical field.

Geotextiles give maximum protection to the soil beneath until the grass takes root and provide permanent vegetation. After the soil is thus stabilized, the netting decomposes and provides nourishment to the grass growing in the soil. How it is being laid is, first selecting the type of coir geotextiles from site assessment, forming the required gradient, anchoring and laying the geotextiles in rolls or grids, in the direction of water flow, trenching the bottom portions, placing the seedlings of required plant species with necessary fertilizer and irrigating the laid area.


400 700 900
Tensile Strength Dry
2 5 5
Recommended =< 30 Degree slope canal lining cappings 30 to 40 Degree slope length > 10 to 25m, Landfill Cappings Road over soft soil, Canal lining.
Water Flow Velocity
< 2.0 < 3.0 < 4.0
Width & Length
2 x 50 2 to 4 x 50 2 to 4 x 50


  • Erosion Control
  • Rainwater Harvesting
  • Stabilization of embankment
  • Canal Bund Protection
  • River Bank Protection/Seashore Protection
  • Reinforcement
  • Road Pavements
  • Ground Improvement