Offers no danger or harmful effects to people, or the environment.
facilitates the accretion of sand along the beach.
Provides a responsible solution to coastline maintenance.
When sand looses its ability to bind with other sand particles, the result is increased erosion. Thus, hydrophobic sand that cannot bind with water is more easily washed away. ShoreLock promotes that relationship by the retention of interstitial water, facilitating the accretion of sand along the beach.
By promoting hydrogen bonding, a liquid bridge is formed between grains of sand. This liquid bridge increases surface tension and allows natural accretion to occur through tidal wave action.
ShoreLock also promotes dewatering below the surface level of the beach to help reduce escarpment.