• Environmentally friendly erosion control solution
  • Will not break down- Will last for years- Can be reused
  • Interlocking design makes installation easy- Stack, Stake or Glue
  • ECO-BLOK™ PRODUCTS, The perfect sandbag replacement


Old Need.. New Technology

For decades, sand bags have served as the universal device for erosion control and many other uses. But with new federal, state, and local clean water and storm water regulation, sand and gravel bags can create as many problems as they may solve. Eco-Blok™ solves those problems.

Please note that in many project specifications, Eco-Blok™ products may be referred to as water diversion blocks or water control blocks or erosion control blocks.

What Makes Eco-Blok™ Special

Unlike sand bags which break and fall apart, Eco-Blok™ is a precision manufactured product that will last for years. It can be stacked, glued, and staked in place. Its patent pending design allows Eco-Bloks™ to be interlocked and re-used over and over again to solve your erosion control problems.

Eco-Blok™ is Friendly to the Environment

Each year, tens of millions of waste tires are dumped in land fills across the country. Each Eco-Blok™ is made from 100% recycled rubber tires and uses up the rubber from approximately two passenger car tires. It's good for the environment, and it's good for business, it solves your erosion control problems in a way that is friendly to the environment.

Barrier or Filter to Meet Your Needs

Eco-Blok™ comes in two versions, Barrier-Blok™ or Filter-Blok™. For those applications where you need complete hold back of liquid, semi-liquid, and solid matter, BARRIER is your best choice. If you want to allow water to flow through with the ability to capture solid and particulate matter, the FILTER version will produce the protection you need.

Eco-Blok™ Provides Solution for Loveland Colorado Development
John Giuliano, president of Giuliano and Father Construction Company based in Fort Collins, Colorado, wrote the stormwater management program for the site, which included placing the filtration blocks around the storm drainage boxes. “We’re using them to trap and keep sediment under control,” he says. “The filtration blocks stop it at the street level and let the water go on through. Sometimes we’ll use them in landscape areas, mainly inlet protections. The area where they are being used [at this site] is inside the residential development. What we’re finding with the Eco-Blok™s is that they stay in place really well and you can remove them for servicing."
The blocks are removed when they become clogged with sediment, he explains, and cleaned using a pressure washer. They can be set up onsite within approximately 10 minutes, and Giuliano says the blocks can be serviced in about the same amount of time.

“A month ago we experienced what our local storm drainage department called a five-year storm. We got two inches of rain in a 45-minute period. They were an absolute success,” says Giuliano. “In talking to our local storm drainage department, everything else would have failed, they said. Failure rate was 25% or less, and after talking with our stormwater department, we fared better than they had done; the methods that we used fared better. We stopped a lot of the sediment, almost all of the sediment in the street. It never entered the storm sewer system. We didn’t have to clean out any of our inlet boxes. We found them to be much easier to rehabilitate afterwards. Those same blocks are being used again today.” Suppliers and Manufacturers List

Eco-Blok Listed in LA County BMP Yellow Pages (See #242)

Eco-Blok in the News " New Changes in Sediment Control"
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Eco-Blok Specified for Maryland State Highway Project
Eco-Blok Barrier-Blok (tm) will be used for protecting over 30,000 LF of Maryland  MD 147 (Harford Road) from Baltimore city Line to Joppa  Road. Engineering for the project was performed by Whitman, Requardt & Associates (  of Baltimore, MD. WRA engineers saw Eco-Blok products at the 2004 and 2005 StormCon trade shows. read more

Eco-BLok approved for inlet protection use in Champaign County, IL read more>

Dumped Tires to be Recycled
Waste tires turn into valuable erosion control devices

September 23, 2005 - Thousand Oaks -Eco-Blok™, a company based in Thousand Oaks, will make new products out of tires illegally dumped at a nearby ranch, as part of a tire clean-up in this Saturday. Ventura County Public Works and GreenMan Technologies will also deliver tires from two other locations, and all tires will first go to a tire recycling center in Azusa, where they will be cut, buffed, and prepared for recycling. read more>>

Savanna Group to represent Eco-Blok™ in Middle East.
Eco-Blok™ has just announced that the Savanna Group, based out of Baghdad, will carry Eco-Blok™ products. "With many locations in Iraq, and throughout the region, Savanna Group is well positioned to support the growth of our products in this emerging marketplace," reports Emile Eid, of Eco-Blok,LLC. " We recognize the unique logistical, economic and cultural needs of this area, and the Savanna Group has the experience and resources to create a major presence for our products," adds Eid. For additional information, please contact Emile Eid at or visit the Savanna Group at

Eco-Blok™ arrives in Puerto Rico, signs dealer agreement with Puerto Rico Wire. read more>>

Eco-Blok™ helps contractors meet Phase II requirements...
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SWPP deadlines are approaching! Are you ready? Eco-Blok™ has solutions to meet your needs.

Eco-Blok™was awarded " best BMP" status by the Northwest Regional Erosion Control Awards Program

Phone: 805.499.8856 :: Fax: 805.499.5797 :: Eco-Blok™ 1560-1 Newbury Road Suite 102 :: Newbury Park, California 91320 :: SITE MAP