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dewater

To remove water from an excavated job site, usually by draining or pumping.
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Total quantity or scope: - Lot 1 mechanical sludge dewatering and thermal disposal of dewatered sludge of sewage treatment plant Wittmund 4300 t filter cake; - Lot 2 Acquisition and agricultural utilization of liquid sludge of sewage treatment plant Harlesiel 4 500 m3 liquid sludge;
Of course, these methods only measure the sludge filtration ability and do not give any information on the dewatered sludge's moisture content (part of the water in a sludge floccule is in the from of water bonding which is not easily extracted by mechanical techniques).
There are some other variables to consider, such as the friction factor of the pig being used and the contour of the pipe to be dewatered.
Purchase Gavleborg procure the assignment for GEnstrikeleden recycler treating dewatered sewerage and sludge from grease.
In a May 9 letter to Thomas Jacobus, General Manager of Washington Aqueduct, concerned neighbors reiterated flaws in the Corps' consideration of alternatives under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and raised questions about the environmental and safety impacts of trucking dewatered residuals, the Corps' preferred way to dispose of water treatment residuals from its facility.
But the gorge below the highest plant was completely dewatered in 1953, leaving wild brown trout to 10 pounds and heavier to die on its drying banks.
Fellows will have ownership in the previously drilled wells, which are currently being dewatered and are nearing the production phase.
Description : This project provides for the installation of a secondary dewatered cake pump to parallel the existing dewatered cake pump located at the South Cary Water Reclamation Facility (SCWRF).
We look forward to seeing increasing cash flow from gas production during 2005 as more wells are dewatered and come on line," said Marc E.
As a result some aquifers are being dewatered and a few wells have gone dry.
It is estimated that the shaft could be dewatered and rehabilitated in as little as 3 months based on a 300 GPM pumping rate.