IAI provided design-build-operate geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment services for this Remedial Action project. TSCA and Non-TSCA regulated sediments were processed separately in the same dewatering facility, at a flow rate of 3,000 gpm. The water treatment facility met the non-detect PCBs discharge limit throughout the project.
Dredging Water Treatment
IAI provides water treatment services for environmental dredging, contaminated sediment remediation and coal ash projects. We design, build and operate systems to treat up to 4,000 gpm of water flow, and have successfully treated 1.5 billion gallons of water produced by dredging. Below are some examples of projects where we've provided water treatment services, including Superfund, Superfund Alternative Sites, and Great Lakes Legacy Act clean ups.
IAI self-performed all portions of the Portage Canal Segment 1 environmental dredging project, from hydraulic dredging, to geotextile tube dewatering, water treatment and placement of a sand cap, utilizing specialized equipment, some custom-made for this project.
IAI provided dredged material dewatering and water treatment services for this environmental dredging project, processing 36,000 cubic yards of lead-impacted sediment in geotextile tubes and treating over 100 million gallons of water under NPDES permit requirements.
IAI utilized its Mobile Water Treatment System to treat water at this former manufactured gas plant (MGP) site, processing up to 150 gpm of elutriate.
IAI provided water treatment services for this mechanical dredging project. The overall project involved excavating impacted sediments from service water ditches at an industrial facility in Michigan. IAI was responsible for treating after the remaining water after the ditches were drained to within one foot of the sediment, as well as any water that collected […]
IAI provided geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment services on this project, processing 145,000 cubic yards of PCB contaminated sediments and successfully treating and discharging 196 million gallons of water under an NPDES discharge permit.