Erosion Eel
Gutter Eel
Floc Box
Floc Mat

Bring your construction into the 21st century with The Erosion Eel Family of innovative and sustainable erosion & sediment control products from FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT

Friendly Environment, manufacturer of the Erosion Eel, is dedicated to making quality erosion and sediment control devices.
Whether using the Erosion Eel for a check dam or the Gutter Eel to protect your curb inlet, you can trust in our products. When dewatering is needed on your next project we can help with our Floc Box along with our FlocMat.

Erosion Eel is a self weighted sediment tube filled with recycled tires. The Erosion Eel is backed by independent testing and out performs most other BMPs. The Eel can be used in place of: rock check dams, silt fence, compost socks and many other.

SMARTfence® is a geotextile sediment-control fence that has been structurally enhanced to prevent silt-fence failure due to both hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces.

Gutter Eel is a self weighted curb inlet protection device. Much like the Erosion Eel, it is also filled with recycled tires and the same durable design. The Gutter Eel comes with a manufactured over flow weir so ponding does not occur.

Floc Box is a mobile dewatering trailer. Using PAM and FlocMat filters, the Floc Box can replace dewatering bags.

Floc Mat is jute material that has been impregnated with PAM.

About Friendly Environment

Friendly Environment was established in 2006 and specializes in pollution controls that are highly effective and environmentally sustainable. Friendly Environment prides itself on its commitment to excellence in product research and development, performing an exhaustive array of testing during product development. The company is headquartered in Shelbyville, Tennessee, which is 60 miles southeast of Nashville.

The founder and owner of Friendly Environment is Denny Hastings. Mr. Hastings is an entrepreneur and owns several businesses in the Murfreesboro and Shelbyville, Tennessee areas. Mr. Hastings recently received the Jerry Anderson Humanitarian Award. He is also a homebuilder in the middle Tennessee area and was responsible for developing the company's first product, the Erosion Eel. The idea was born out of the constant frustrations of installing and maintaining silt fence at his construction sites.

Mr. Hastings developed an innovative and alternative product to use at his home construction sites that is easy to install, easy to maintain, easy to move, and is reusable from site to site. From this effort, the Erosion Eel concept was created. The Erosion Eel, along with other Friendly Environment products, is now available for purchase across North America and Europe.