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  • Erosion Control Technology - The Erosion Control Technology Council is a non-profit organization. Its mission is to develop performance standards, uniform testing procedures, and guidance on the application and installation of rolled erosion control products.
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  • Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering - Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering was founded in 1951, the number of members is 3000 over today. This society has the purpose to activate the research of Sabo (Erosion Control Engineering), sediment disaster prevention, land conservation and safety of nations, promote its progress. This society conducts such activities as meetings (May), symposiums (October), publication of bulletins (every other month) and other books.
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  • Hydro Turf Planters Association - HTPA stands for Hydro Turf Planters Association. HTPA is ready to achieve the goals and concerns of its membership; to reach these goals through new alignments between contractors, customers, distributors, and educators and to increase public awareness of the industry, train and certify members in proper planting techniques, and sponsor research in the development of new grasses. We strive to make a difference and to increase professionalism. By offering certification programs, seminars, and workshops HTPA can educate and increase professionalism. Through networks with contractors, distributors, and educators new ideas and technics can be discovered, and benefiting from HTPA funded research.
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