Evaluation of Manufactured Soil Using Dredged Material from New York/New Jersey Harbor Newton Creek Site. Phase 1: Greenhouse Bench-Scale Test

@inproceedings{Sturgis2001EvaluationOM,
  title={Evaluation of Manufactured Soil Using Dredged Material from New York/New Jersey Harbor Newton Creek Site. Phase 1: Greenhouse Bench-Scale Test},
  author={Thomas C. Sturgis and Charles R. Lee and Henry C. Banks and Michael R. Burchell and Kervin Johnson},
  year={2001}
}
  • Thomas C. Sturgis, Charles R. Lee, +2 authors Kervin Johnson
  • Published 2001
  • Engineering
  • Abstract : Manufactured soil/beneficial reuse of dredged material is a potential strategy/alternative for long-term confined disposal. The development of a manufactured topsoil product will allow the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to remove dredged material from confined disposal facilities (CDFs). This will increase the capacity of the CDFs and eliminate the shortage of CDFs for dredged material storage. In addition, manufactured topsoil from dredged material will potentially result in a product… CONTINUE READING

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