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24jun

Dredged Material Uses

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Dredging is defined as cleaning out the bed of a body of water by scooping out silt, mud, trash or other materials. While the objectives of dredging vary from deepening harbors and waterways to excavation and reclamation, it always results in a certain amount of dredged material being left over after the project is complete. […]

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24jun

Mechanical Vs. Hydraulic Dredges

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Do you need to dredge a body of water or waterway? If so, you might be wondering whether you should choose mechanical or hydraulic dredging for best results. The answer is: It depends. Read on to learn more about mechanical vs. hydraulic dredging so you can determine which option is best for your project. Mechanical […]

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24jun

Should I Dredge My Pond?

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It’s a question many new pond owners ask: “Should I dredge my pond?” Whether you’re overseeing a golf course, homeowners’ association, local government or other organization, it’s essential to know whether your facility’s pond requires dredging, since waiting only increases the risk of it degrading into a swamp. Share this infographic on your site! Copy […]

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24jun

Dredge Boat vs. Hand Dredging

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For homeowners’ associations as well as golf courses, local governments and farms, there’s a debate on how best to maintain and clean sources of water or waste, such as a lake or containment pond. While dredging is the preferred method, it’s the type of dredge that sparks different opinions. So which is better: a dredge […]

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