• Harbor dredging project underway

    The long-awaited dredging project to deepen the federal navigation channel and improve efficiency and reliability of navigation to and from Grays Harbor got under way Monday morning as crews began unloading equipment and setting up shop.

  • Dredging For Deeper Draft To Begin Oct. 3

    Dredging is scheduled to begin October 3 to bring the federal Grays Harbor navigation channel to a deeper depth of -38 feet Mean Lower Low Water and remove accumulated sediments since the last maintenance dredging.

  • EPA will provide Hudson River dredging update...

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will hold a local forum Oct. 13 regarding General Electric’s recently completed dredging of PCB contamination in the Hudson River and the status of monitoring in the past year.

  • Ocean City Moves Ahead on Dredging Projects

    Since starting work in September, Ocean City has already completed two of the three dredging projects scheduled this year as part of a multimillion-dollar program to clear out lagoons and channels choked with muddy sediment, a top city official said Thursday night.

  • No Dredging the Cuyahoga River, For Now

    A federal judge ruled late Monday that the US Army Corps of Engineers does not have to dredge the Cuyahoga River at this time.  The judge said combining the request to dredge with a lawsuit filed last year would “confuse and delay” the resolution of the 2015 case.  


Dredging in Manistique

A pair of unrelated dredging projects in Manistique will increase ship navigability in the city’s inner harbor and remove contaminated sediments from sections of the Manistique River.


State wants PCB study on Hudson dredging expanded

The state is pushing federal environmental officials to take nearly five times more PCB samples from the Hudson River than now planned in order to learn whether a $1 billion cleanup by General Electric Co. has worked.