Dredged Spoils Disposal
Dredged materials can be used in construction projects. Projects sought for navigation and maintenance dredging, the objective is to remove the material from its original place. The process of silt or sand remove leaves the spoils, which will need to be dewatered over time.
Holding cells can be built to retain the dredged silt or sand from sediment removal of ponds, reservoirs, lagoons, rivers, marinas and harbors. The spoils can be pumped to another location in the marina, pumped onto a container or pumped into GeoTextile tubes or bags.
Creation of New Land
Many projects need dredging an area to reach a specific maximum low tide depth for navigational purposes as well as the opportunity to create new land out of wet areas. We can help with the methodology that will best suit your engineering plans to both dredge and create the new land. It is cost effective and can be performed according to your engineering drawings or feasibiltiy studies.