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  WeedEnder in the News    
Median Cable Barriers Proving Effectiveness

Published on
April 8, 2012

Newly completed median cable barriers on stretches of the Long Island Expressway and Sunrise Highway have kept 22 drivers from crossing into oncoming traffic so far this year, transportation officials said.

In all, the barriers were damaged 36 times from Jan. 1 to March 31, all presumably by drivers, the New York State Department of Transportation said. It took anywhere from one to 10 days to repair the damage. Story continues

  Slippery Slope    

Pesticide restrictions intensify as more states impose bans on use.

By Cindy Ratcliff
As Published in

Three more states in the Northeast are proposing new laws that would prohibit the use of pesticides on grounds surrounding schools and, in some cases, daycare centers.

If adopted, New Jersey, Maine and New Hampshire would join New York and Connecticut in imposing bans on EPA-registered lawn and ornamental pesticides for playgrounds and playing fields.

For now, residential lawns are excluded from state legislation calling for pesticide restrictions, but as each of these bills pass, it opens the door to the possibility of their gradual expansion, according to Tom Delaney, director of government affairs, Professional Landcare Network (PLANET). He points to Canada, where many provinces ban cosmetic use of pesticides altogether, as an example of how quickly policy can pass from public to private property. Read entire article

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Every year we plant a flower garden using our 40 Hole,
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  Photo Presentation Details WeedEnder Uses and Benefits  
Click the image to view the Weed Control Mat presentation.

If you are DOT or a DOT Contractor you NEED to know about Weed Control Mat (Fiber). Many new projects released for bidding include requests for this vegetation control product.

Weed Control Mat (Fiber) dramatically reduces the maintenance tasks of mowing and trimming around the roadside assets found along our streets and highways. There are miles and miles of Weed Control Mat (Fiber) all across the US and the results have been outstanding.

WeedEnder IS Weed Control Mat (Fiber). U-TECK has been manufacturing and installing this product for over 22 years with stellar results. Our first installation is still in use today! Here is a quick photo presentation that visually describes WeedEnder® and its many uses.

For additional information on Weed Control Mat (Fiber) you may call customer service at 1-800-542-7011.

    Safe for the Environment & Safe for YOU  

Environmental hazards of erosion and poisonous run-offs are obstacles that face the roadside maintenance industry every day. In the past it has been difficult to control unwanted vegetation without harming the environment – until now.

U-TECK's WeedEnder products are an environmentally friendly, 100% recycled fiber material. This mat material deprives vegetation of sunlight while allowing water and nutrients to easily pass through to maintain the root system around the mat, minimizing erosion, while controlling growth where it is needed without potentially dangerous herbicides.

        U-TECK is Now WBENC Certified    

U-TECK, a business specializing in the manufacture, sales and service of specialty tools and vegetation control solutions for the telecommunications, power, and CATV markets for over 30 years, received national certification as a Women's Business Enterprise by the Greater Women's Business Council, a regional certifying partner of the Women' Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

WBENC's national standard of certification implemented by the Greater Women's Business Council is a meticulous process including an in-depth review of the business and site inspection. The certification process is designed to confirm the business is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by a woman or women.


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