The Cedar Creek OU2A environmental dredging project was conducted to clean up PCBs-contaminated marine sediments from Cedar Creek, in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. IAI was a member of a team of contractors, who were selected to perform this Remedial Action project, after submitting an alternate proposal for high production hydraulic dredging to geotextile … [Read more...]
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.
Tailored Sediment Removal and Treatment Equipment Make a Big Impact on a Small Project “Use the correct tool for the job,” is a common construction safety rule, reminding us that the right equipment, used properly, will produce the safest, most efficient result. Not only is it important to use the right type of equipment, but also the right size. The … [Read more...]
IAI provided geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment operations services for the Mill River Remediation Project (Fairfield, CT), and was additionally responsible for odor control during dredging operations. Work was performed over a three year period, from 2014 – 2016, with operations scheduled in dredging windows, to accommodate shellfish … [Read more...]
Infrastructure Alternatives, Inc. (IAI) provided dredging water treatment services for this former manufactured gas plant (MGP) sediment cleanup project in Fall 2015, utilizing our Mobile Water Treatment System to process dredge material contact water or elutriate, storm water and truck wash water. IAI's Mobile Water Treatment System includes chemical … [Read more...]
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 … [Read more...]