iGG at GeoAfrica 2017 held in Marrakesch
At the GeoAfrica 2017, held in Marrakech, Maroc from 8 to 11 October, everything revolved around the use of synthetic geotextiles - especially on the African continent.
Thomas and Steffen Roess presented the products of the International Geotextil GmbH to the interested, international specialist audience.
Installation guide erosion control blankets and erosion control textiles
The correct installation of erosion control textiles and erosion control blankets is a decisive factor for greening success. In our installation guide, we will show you step by step how to fix erosion control blankets and textiles on the embankment.
Median strip greening A33 Bielefeld
The use of median strips, which are necessary for the construction of multi-lane transport routes, for vegetanional purposes is increasingly the focus of planners and clients.
iGGvital MSB median strip greening is a multi-component-system constisting of vegetation mat, nonvowen and mineral wool mat.
It is characterized by the following features:
Sri Lankan State Minister of Agriculture visited Twistringen based companies
On 24 January 2017, the Roess Nature Group again received a high-ranking delegation from Sri Lanka. State Minister of Agriculture Wasantha Aluwihare, together with the Sri Lankan Ambassador Karunatilaka Amunugama, visited the group of companies.
This time, the focus of the visit was on biogas technology as well as fruit and vegetable processing. After the address of welcome by Thomas Roess,
Noise protection wall and median strip greening at the Straßen- und Verkehrskongress (Road and traffic congress)
The International Geotextile GmbH participated as exhibitor in the Deutschen Straßen- und Verkehrskongress (German road and traffic congress) for the first time this year. Innovative solutions for road construction, infrastructure and traffic planning were presented from the 28th until the 30th of September.
Successful workshop on the topic of flood protection
Not only the current severe weather conditions in Germany make clear that flood protection is a not insignificant task for the federal government, cities and towns.
In order to meet the threats of heavy rain events, innovative solutions are needed which combine new with proven technologies to create an effective and lasting protection against floods. In carrying out such a construction project ecological aspects have to be considered, without losing sight of the requirements of the shipping and tourism industries.
Rees flood channel - True collaboration between conservationists and the Shipping Industry
In August 2015, Rees in the Lower Rhine region in the district of Kleve completed the construction of the Rees flood channel. It took 15 years of planning and development, and approximately six years of construction. Honorable guests at the inauguration of this landmark construction project included, among other, the NRW Environment Minister, Johannes Remmel, and Enak Ferlemann, State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure.
The Ambassador of Sri Lanka visits the Roess Nature Group
VIP visit to the International Geotextile GmbH, a subsidiary of the Roess Nature Group in Twistringen:
On April 4, 2016, Hans-Günter and Thomas Roess, along with Uwe Heider from the biogas plant manufacturer AD AGRO based in Vechta, were honoured with the visit of the Ambassador of Sri Lanka, Karunatilaka Amunugama, for a company tour and fruitful conversation.
Construction video for iGGgab QUADRO gabion system
In our new construction video (Language: German) we explain step by step how to build up our gabion system iGGgab QUADRO. The graphic animation conveys at the same time also a good visual impression of the product range. For those who prefer black and white, there is of course still also the classic assembly instruction to download and for reference.
Workshop "Flood protection - Ecology and technology"
Protection against flooding is becoming increasingly important, while ecological aspects - especially with large construction projects - are getting more attention.
The Flood spillway Rees exemplifies the successful agreement of ecology, flood protection and improvement of the navigability of the Rhine.