The International Erosion Control Association:

The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non-profit, member organization that provides education, resource information and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry.

Our members represent over 30 countries and 22 fields of professional practice. IECA’s diverse membership supplies a unique network of specialists who are capable of solving a broad range of problems caused by soil erosion and its by-product—sediment.

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Need advice on a project or want to compare notes with industry peers? Enter the new IECA Connect online member community allows to connect, communicate and collaborate with peers. Post a question or share an idea online today to start the conversation!


Get the latest industry updates from IECA! News from the Environmental Connection Magazine is featured in the new IECA News Center. Articles revolve around IECA education tracks featuring peer-reviewed news from industry experts.


Sixième Symposium au Québec de l’AICE
5 Octobre 2023

Joignez vos collègues pour une journée riche en informations, en échanges et en opportunités d’apprentissage. Une excellente façon de rester à jour sur les développements les plus récents.  Continuer à vous développer professionnellement dans le domaine de la gestion des eaux pluviales, du contrôle de l’érosion et de la restauration des cours d’eau.
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Navigating 2022 EPA CGP: Dewatering and Turbidity Monitoring Challenges Featured at the IECA Northeast Regional Conference

Discover the practical implications of the 2022 EPA Construction General Permit (CGP) regulations on dewatering water discharge in this interactive roundtable. We will address translating regulations to fieldwork, scheduling inspections, and sample collection, sharing challenges, experiences, and solutions for effective and efficient inspections and monitoring.
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Use Soil Health Principles for High Altitude Mine Reclamation

Hear an innovative approach to reclaiming remote high-altitude mines at the IECA Mountain States Conference. Learn how beneficial microbiology, organic matter, and soil health amendments are helping establish sustainable native vegetation above timberline.
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IECA Relaunches Industry eNewsletter

We're relaunching our bi-weekly news brief to help you stay on top of erosion and sediment control and stormwater management industries. As with previous editions, you will still get a snapshot of current industry trends and happenings in one easy to read digest without having to search through different news daily. If you haven't received an edition yet, sign-up now to join the list.
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Visit the Design Standards in the IECA Resource Library

The Standards and Practices (S&P) Committee has been convened by the IECA Board of Directors (BODs) to develop standards for the construction stormwater industry. The Board recognizes regional differences and even local differences in terminology and design of erosion and sediment control practices. However, the Board also recognizes that standardizing design based upon sound science, testing criteria for sediment controls, monitoring recommendations to provide feedback to site operators, and terminology will greatly advance the stormwater industry.
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