Use of dredgings for landfill. Technical report no. 1: engineering characteristics of polluted dredgings.

R. J. Krizek, G. M. Karadi, P. L. Hummel

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Abstract

Subject to appropriate handling, it appears that dewatered dredgings can be compacted to form a medium-density landfill which may be used for parking lots or residential construction. Although landfills of hydraulically-placed materials may ultimately serve this same purpose after suitable treatment, the time required would normally be much longer; however, proper planning during the fill process can enhance the quality of the fill and accelerate the time at which it can be used, thus increasing its economic value. (from authors abstract) (Microfiche)

Original languageEnglish (US)
Journal[No source information available]
StatePublished - Jan 1 1978

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  • Engineering(all)

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