Coir logs are made from coir netting filled with coir fibre, derived from the husk of coconuts. They are a 100% natural and biodegradable product and have a varied application of use within nature conservation, including erosion control and soil stabilization. Coir logs are particularly employed in environmental restoration projects, such as wetland restoration, shoreline protection, and erosion control in riverbanks and slopes. Over time the coir breaks down naturally, adding organic matter to the soil and providing a natural habitat for animals and plants.

Here at Conservefor we source our own coir products directly from primary producers in India. We work directly with our producers to ensure that the product is 100% natural and to ensure fair practices and fair pay are maintained.

We supply our coir products to independent contractors for you to install on your projects. These include 1 metre, 2 metre, 3 metre x 300mm coir logs. We also manufacture bespoke. Contact us today to talk through your requirements.

Coir Log Applications

  • Peatland Restoration Projects

    Sediment Filtration, Peat Hag Stabilisation, Water Control

  • Water flow and wind erosion control

    Across exposed bare peat can be reduced by breaking the area of bare peat or micro-erosion into smaller cells using coir logs

  • River/Stream Banking Stabilisation

  • Sediment Control Barriers

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