Hi there, wondering what’s the best method for proper structural integrity for a vertical foam retaining wall to anchor it etc, wall will be about 3 ft high, any tips and help would be appreciated,
Rebar down into the ground vertically and pieces running back horizontal into the hill with cement anchors?
Thanks in advance for any tips

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I'm at a disadvantage with retaining walls but there have been several made with foam over the last several years that seem to be working well. Footings seem to be key and back pinning with structure coat works well too. keeping the weight off the wall with layered geo mesh is another tactic that can be used.

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