About Us

Vidgil Silt Fencing provide specialist sediment control services, safety barriers and gravel crossovers to the construction industry throughout Queensland.

We erect our sediment fences to Australian Standards using specialised equipment that ensures the job is completed in a professional and efficient manner.

We hold all the necessary Public Liability, Work Cover and Personal Injury Insurances, hold Safety Certificates and have an up to date Risk Management Plan. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and superior service.

Sediment Control

Most councils have requirements for the control and management of soil erosion and can issue on the spot fines if they find a builders in breach of these requirements. Ask your council for information if you are unsure of their requirements.

The objectives of sediment control are:

  • To divert uncontaminated water away from the site
  • To minimize erosion caused by site disturbance, stabilsing disturbed surfaces and securing material stockpiles.
  • To prevent sediment contaminated water leaving the site.

The requirement for sediment control can be influenced by such things as:

    • Soil type. Clay soils are more likely to cause environmental harm, while sandy soils are more likely to cause traffic hazards and drainage problems.
    • Slope. The steeper and longer the slope, the greater the potential for erosion and sedimentation.
    • Extent of the soil disturbance. The greater the disturbance, the greater the risk of erosion and sedimentation.
    • Climate and season. Rainfall (intensity and duration) and sometimes high winds can influence erosion and sedimentation.
    • Size and location of the site. Sediment control on small sites is often harder to implement, especially if the slope is towards the street. 






Internation Erosion Control Association

 International Erosion Control Association




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