Hydro excavation waste slurries should no longer be a worry

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By Ryan O’Loan

Hydro excavation, also known as daylighting, trenchless digging, and non-destructive digging, results in slurry, made up of 60% water and 40% solids. This type of byproduct is difficult and expensive to deal with, especially if the intention is to dump it at a landfill site, due to its solid/liquid state and weight.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s August/September 2020 issue:

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