Coal ash (CCR) was dewatered in geotextile tubes and hauled to landfill after 21 days of dewatering.
These beautiful aerial shots of an in-water geotextile tube installation, off the coast of Florida, beg to be shared! IAI is working as a subcontractor for this on-going channel improvement project. Click here to learn more about our Geotextile Tube Structures services. Get updates on the project at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Jacksonville District website.
IAI utilized a 445 horsepower, 12 inch diameter auger dredge with a 12 inch diameter inline booster pump to remove coal fines from an impoundment that was filling to capacity at a mining facility in southern Illinois. During day time hours, mine flow was combined with the dredge flow feeding the geotextile tubes dewatering operation, […]
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.
IAI was the General Contractor for all landside operations on the Ottawa River Remediation Project (2010). The project involved hydraulic dredging of 242,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment from the Ottawa River near Toledo, OH. IAI was responsible for geotextile tube dewatering in place, water treatment operations, and maintaining separation of TSCA and Non-TSCA regulated material during processing.
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.