IAI provided geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment services for this project, dewatering 14,000 cubic yards of PCBs contaminated sediment and treating up to 1,000 gpm of water flow.
In July 2010, a crude oil pipeline near Marshall, Michigan ruptured and spilled an estimated 840,000 – 1,000,000 gallons of crude oil into Talmadge Creek and the Kalamazoo River. As part of the cleanup effort, an area of the Kalamazoo River near the Ceresco Dam was dredged to remove oil-contaminated sediment, and IAI provided geotextile tube dewatering services to process the oil-impacted sediment.
[table id=11 /] IAI dredged 180,000 cubic yards of in-situ material from Conner Creek to create capacity for a new combined sewage overflow treatment facility. The project involved the removal of approximately 100,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediments utilizing an 8 inch diameter swinging ladder dredge and an 8 inch diameter auger dredge. A specially […]
IAI self-performed hydraulic dredging, geotextile tube dewatering and water treatment operations for this environmental dredging project, involving the removal of highly concentrated PCBs and sediment from underground raceways.