Are you looking for an industrial barrier solution? Our specialists are here to help!

At Judge Netting, we pride ourselves on over 30 years of experience building custom barriers in the Western United States. We are licensed, bonded, and insured to construct netting solutions for waste management centers, recycling transfer stations, co-generation facilities, and a variety of other industrial applications. We provide netting removal and replacement, extensions, upgrades, repairs, and fast response for emergency repairs. Whether you are interested in trash retention, wind deflection, or dirt and dust barriers -Judge Netting can construct the perfect solution from start-to-finish! Our experts will meet with you on-site to provide a free consultation and provide a site-specific design. We understand how important a well-designed barrier is to solving debris containment problems, and we are committed to helping you establish good will with neighbors, government agencies and environmentalists. Contact us today to see how we can help you save thousands of dollars annually on a custom industrial netting barrier.

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Routine Services that Judge Netting Provides for Industrial Applications:

  • Custom Designs
  • Upgrades
  • Extensions
  • Replacements
  • Repairs
  • Maintenance
  • Emergency Response
  • Steel / Wood Poles
  • Access Gates
  • UV-Treated Netting
  • Free-Standing Enclosures
  • Site-Block Barriers
  • City Permit Acquisition

Select List of Industrial Netting Projects


Bass Hill Landfill, Susanville, California

The Lassen County Regional Waste Management needed a trash retention barrier to prevent trash from blowing into adjacent property. Judge Netting constructed a netting structure that was completed on time, was cost-effective, and successfully retained trash.


Recology, Inc., Vacaville, California

Judge Netting helped reduce trash clean-up costs by installing 3,500 linear feet of landfill containment barrier. Designed to withstand winds up to 80 mph and up to 50% wind solid, the poles and netting can be easily relocated as the landfill expands.


Salt Lake City Landfill, Utah

This public works project was originally budgeted for an obsolete wood pole design. Judge Netting submitted a superior steel pole design that will still well under budget. At the request of Salt Lake City, Judge Netting also constructed a custom steel wire mesh fabric.


Pierce County Landfill, Puyallup, Washington

Due to the concerns of neighbors and government agencies, this landfill required a site-block barrier that would provide complete privacy for operations while effectively retaining litter and trash. The structure is over 800 feet and 80% solid.


Central Maui Landfill, Hawaii

Regional high wind conditions required a barrier that could withstand 110 mph winds and 100% wind loading. Judge Netting excavated solid Basalt to install 30 foot steel poles treated for anti-corrosion, and over 1,200 linear feet of netting.


East Stockton Transfer Station, Fresno, California

This transfer and recycling center faced increasing city regulation, and required an immediate enclosure system. It was important that there were no center support poles to interrupt equipment operation. According to the owner the project saved over $800,000 in installation costs.