Litter Control Fences or Debris Netting Systems are vertical netting systems designed to contain windblown litter and debris to landfills, waste management facilities, recycling plants, and waste transfer facilities.
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LITTER CONTROL FENCES
LANDFILL DEBRIS NETTING SYSTEMS
No matter where your facility is located, you're likely to be susceptible to windblown debris, and keeping it contained can be a daunting task. Litter control fences and debris netting installations can help mitigate or completely contain wind-blown debris. Gorilla Netting can design, engineer and install a litter control/debris netting fence system to contain windblown debris at your landfill, or even a debris control netting enclosure at recycling centers, transfer stations, and construction sites.
Our landfill litter fence designs and installations are second-to-none and provide the best debris containment for your facility. We only use the highest quality netting materials for our installations, combined with wood or steel poles depending on the needs and preferences for your facility. Your litter control fence can be installed at varying or consistent levels, and to any heights required for your facility.
Don't settle for an inferior product or installation at your facility, contact Gorilla Netting today.
DEBRIS NETTING FENCE EXAMPLES
DEBRIS NETTING SYSTEM HEIGHT
We can build your litter control fence to heights of 20', 40', 60' or higher.
NETTING STRUCTURE CANTILEVER TOPS "LIPS"
It's standard practice for debris netting system to feature 8" - 12" cantilevers or "Extended Angle Lips" at the top of the netting structure.
NETTING SKIRT SYSTEMS
Your debris netting system can be configured with a skirt system at the bottom of your structure along the entirety of the installation, or in specific areas where the netting needs to be lifted.
Your netting system can feature different types of netting materials such as Polypropylene, Nylon, Polyester, or a choice of confidential material not available in our published information.