Marlin Quay Marina Dredging Plan on the Table

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, has received an application for a permit for maintenance dredging within an existing basin in Marlin Quay Marina, Murrells Inlet, SC.

The work will include dredging of 24,307 cubic yards of material from within approximately 2.8 acres of open tidal waters.

These dredging opeartions will be performed by a hydraulic cutterhead suction dredge.

The dewatering site may include hydrocyclones to separate larger grained material and debris, filter belt presses, storage vessels, and a staging area. The specific design of the dewatering system will be completed by the dewatering system contractor.

Dredged material will be transported to the dewatering site via temporary pipeline, which will extend under U.S. Highway 17-Business in existing infrastructure.

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