Using dredged material to create bricks, concrete barriers

Dredging is the removal of sediments that build up in shipping channels – a critical process for providing safe passage for ships that travel the channels. Approximately 150 nautical miles of channels run through the Chesapeake Bay, Patapsco River and Baltimore Harbor. On average, 4.7 million cubic yards of sediment must be dredged every year […]

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Photo: Port of Baltimore