Geotextile Tube and Polymer Dewatering

Our company continually utilizes woven geotextile tubes for dewatering dredge material in many different applications, for a wide variety of clients from small commercial projects to larger industrial projects.  Projects properly planned and executed by use of geotextile tube and polymers have many positive attributes including:

  • Lower % moisture content and therefore often substantial material reduction prior to haul away.
  • Material and odor containment
  • Reduce or eliminate negative impact of adverse weather on dredge spoil management site.
  • Option to leave dredged spoils on-site to be reused for beneficial future use, or incorporated into landscape
  • Improved return water clarity, and lower turbidity rates than traditional dewatering methods.

We possess the experience to properly size, install and utilize tubes in an efficient and cost effective manner.  C&M Dredging owns polymer make-down and injection systems, manifold systems and sampling equipment necessary to properly complete a project utilizing geotextile tubes and polymers.  Contact us to help you plan and execute your next dredging project by taking advantage of the efficiencies of a geotextile tube dewatering system.

What is a Geotextile Tube

Thursday, October 10, 2019

A geotextile tube can go by many other names such as geobags, geocontainers, soil tubes, etc., but they all have the same job. That job is to dewater sediments and desludge industrial waste. It's a large...

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What is a stormwater retention pond used for in Florida?

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

There's no other way around it, Florida is wet. It's surrounded by water, it rains...a LOT, and hurricane season can be a brutal time. So with all this water coming down and around Florida, how is it...

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