PROJECT SPOTLIGHTS

Learn more about some of our innovative products in action.

REMEDIATION IN SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK

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Remediation at the former site of a utilities company in Seneca Falls, New York began in the spring of 2019. The scope of work included dredging of contaminated sediments from within the Seneca Canal, adjacent to the site.Within the upland area, the contractor was responsible for excavating, off-site disposal & the in-situ solidification of deeper MGP impacted soils.

NORTHERN STATES POWER SUPERFUND SITE

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When J.F. Brennan & Envirocon needed to design a custom turbidity curtain layout for the Ashland/Northern States Power Superfund project in Ashland Wisconsin, IWT Cargo-Guard & Spilldam Environmental were called upon to come up with a curtain system that would satisfy the oversight engineers & regulatory authorities.The material to be dredged NAPL (non-aqueous phase liquids) can be particularly difficult to work.

FISH EXCLUSION BARRIERS FOR RIVER CAPPING PROJECT

Fish Exclusion Barrier

IWT Cargo-Guard and Spilldam Environmental continued their tradition of innovative designs for specialty containment and turbidity curtains for the marine industry by supplying the fish exclusion barriers to the J. F. Brennan Company for a Connecticut River capping project. The purpose of a fish exclusion barrier is to protect resident, transient fish and marine life from entering active work zones.

FISH EXCLUSION BARRIERS FOR RIVER CAPPING PROJECT

IWT Cargo-Guard and Spilldam Environmental continued their tradition of innovative designs for specialty containment and turbidity curtains for the marine industry by supplying the fish exclusion barriers to the J. F. Brennan Company for a Connecticut River capping project. The purpose of a fish exclusion barrier is to protect resident, transient fish and marine life from entering active work zones.

Fish Exclusion Barrier

REMEDIATION IN SENECA FALLS, NY

Remediation at the former site of a utilities company in Seneca Falls, New York began in the spring of 2019. The scope of work included the dredging of contaminated sediments from within the Seneca Canal, adjacent to the site.

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NORTHERN STATES POWER SUPERFUND SITE

When J.F. Brennan and Envirocon needed to design a custom turbidity curtain layout for the Ashland/Northern States Power Superfund project in Ashland Wisconsin, IWT Cargo-Guard and Spilldam Environmental were called upon to come up with a curtain system that would work and satisfy both the oversight engineers and regulatory authorities.

spill response
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