The historic EPA-mandated cleanup, which began in 2009, targets approximately 2.65 million cubic yards
of contaminated sediment from a 40-mile stretch of the Upper Hudson River between Fort Edward and Troy, New York.
Southern Illinois, which is located in region 7 of the Illinois EPA, has just under 300,000 gate cubic yards
less in capacity than the Chicago Metropolitan area, located in region 2.
As written, the 9.4 million cubic yards
could have been interpreted as "extra, above and beyond'' the 5.2 million cubic yards
Eugene spends about $30 per cubic yard
of leaves collected, while Springfield spends about $37 per cubic yard
NRMCA members reported an average operating toss of $6.16 per cubic yard
in 2011, an improvement over the prior year's record average toss of $7/yd.
Coast Guard has eliminated more than 43,000 cubic yards
of marine debris from the area.
A small pickup truck holds about 1 cubic yard
(5 contractor wheelbarrow loads), and a large pickup about 1 1/2 cubic yards
of Sulphur Springs, Texas, to sell 100,000 cubic yards
of fill dirt for construction of a Lowe's in 2004, according to E&S' lawsuit.
From an average of 90,000 cubic yards
of yard waste and 30,000 cubic yards
of brush and trees received each year, it produces 25,000 cubic yards
of compost and 6000 cubic yards
of wood mulch annually.
Calculate the volume you need in cubic yards
. Multiply the length (10 ft.) by the width (10 ft.) by the depth (.35 ft., or 4 in.) and divide it by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard
Now the Missouri-based company BioSpan Technologies has developed a solvent that dissolves the wet, dirty chunks at a ratio of more than 3 cubic yards
of foam per gallon of solvent.
The machine was running for forty days and put through between sixty and seventy thousand cubic yards