Robbie Toole is passionate about his business, Volunteer Erosion Control, which was featured in the Fall 2015 issue of On the Job magazine. Toole and his crew come in after a construction job to restore removed vegetation and fix any other erosion and sediment issues that may have been caused by construction.
Keeping sediment out of waterways helps sustain life in those waterways, and also keeps nutrients in topsoil. When erosion occurs, farmers have to add nutrients to their soil, and the government has to dredge sediment from water ways.
“It’s a huge cost to the public,” Toole said.
To learn more about how Toole’s business operates, and why he chooses to buy machines from Stowers Machinery to get the job done, read the full story about Volunteer Erosion Control on our website.