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Industrial Pond and Lagoon Dredging

C&M Dredging has the experience and resources to respond to our client's industrial dredging needs both large and small.

Over time, processing water ponds, settling ponds, cooling ponds, lagoons and basins in industrial applications may accumulate silt, sediment, and solids from the property or operation itself. This accumulation reduces water storage capacity and therefore plant availability and productivity. C&M Dredging has the equipment and workforce to mobilize quickly and efficiently to dredge your industrial processing water holding pond or lagoon. Whether you have an existing spoil pit, drying bed, or press system, we can work with your current dewatering system, or C&M Dredging can manage the material from dredging to dewatering and final disposal.

C&M owns multiple cutter suction hydraulic dredges, both cable-driven, and self-propelled. Our dredges use special attachments for dredging lined ponds without causing harm to the liner. C&M Dredging can help you plan your upcoming dredging project from concept through closeout.

We perform dredging services for many types of industries and applications, including:

Industrial Pond and Lagoon Dredging

Featured Project

Hurricane Damage Restoration

Florida Keys


  • Remote Island Location 3 miles from mainland in FL Keys
  • Hydraulic Dredging to Geotextile tubes
  • Automated Polymer Injection System for Material Dewatering and Clean Effluent Requirements
  • Dewatering site constructed on sectional barge at island location
  • Dredging, Dewatering, Hauling and Disposal all simultaneously
  • Geotextile tubes transported by barge back to mainland daily for offloading into trucks
  • Sensitive Marine Benthic Resource avoidance and protection integral part of project requirements


C&M Dredging performed an environmental restoration dredging project to reverse impacts caused by hurricane damage to an island resort in the Florida Keys. A canal system and basin system that was in place for barges and vessels that serviced the island resort daily had been filled in by hurricane-force winds and tidal surge.

The difficulty was that the project site was 3 miles from the mainland, on an island.

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