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MECHANICAL DREDGE

Certain situations dictate the necessity to remove the composition of sediment that fills in lakes, channels and other associated bodies of water. There are typically two main ways in which the bottom sediments can be removed. The first being mechanical removal, where sediment materials are excavated with conventional equipment that may be floated into position via a barge or operated from shore. Our waterway specialists are experts in the removal and placement of sediment materials and the associated re-stabilization of disturbed environments. Secondly, hydraulic pumping may be utilized for the removal and disposal of the sedimentary contents of a lake’s or river’s substrate. Engineered sedimentary traps and spoil sites may be utilized to dewater and settle the sediments. When chemical components from many years are trapped and preserved in the sediment and are subsequently removed, these components must be, and can be, easily monitored and tested. Environmentally harmful contaminants may have a severe environmental impact on the spoil site and its inhabitants. This is done to meet and exceed compliance regulations for water quality. These components may be removed with an intensive filtering and dewatering process and disposed of both efficiently and cost effectively. With the help of technology and innovation, Aquatic Engineering and its personnel have the capability to satisfy the needs of challenging situations in harsh environments. The following are some of the services available:

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PO Box 3634
LaCrosse, WI 54602

Phone: 1-877-781-8770

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