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The current plan is to dewater the ash ponds as much as possible, and cover the remaining ash in place with fill material, topped with a synthetic liner, and covered by dirt and grass, much like modern municipal landfills.
Kurtz cleans and dewaters the dike sediment, then trucks the material off the dike for sale to construction projects or for use on its own projects.
On Tuesday, the Navy said divers were assessing the hull damage and that the America was supporting the work on the McCain to dewater the ship and restore auxiliary systems.
Palo Alto broke ground Wednesday on a $30 million sewage sludge dewatering facility at the Regional Water Quality Control Plant at 2501 Embarcadero Way.
A second aircrew from Air Facility Newport arrived on scene at 6:54 a.m. Dewatering attempts were unsuccessful, and the fishermen were subsequently hoisted into the helicopters about an hour after the first aircrew arrived.
Two new dewatering pump stations will be built to transport the polluted mix to one of three reconditioned sewage treatment plants.
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