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SWG-2002-00218 - Web Fleeting, LP - confluence of the San Jacinto River and the Houston Ship Channel - Harris County, Texas

Published Oct. 24, 2017
Expiration date: 11/27/2017

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to dredge approximately 120 acres of the Old River Channel to accommodate the existing barge terminal.  Approximately 50,000 cubic yards of material would be removed, to a depth of 14 feet with one foot of overdredging.  The applicant would either use a barge-mounted, hydraulic cutter head or land-based, long-armed trackhoes.  The applicant also proposes to install 42 piling-style dolphins within the fleeting area.  The five proposed disposal areas, consist of upland placement and dredged material placement areas.  The applicant is currently sampling the proposed dredged area, and will coordinate with the Corps, EPA and TCEQ regarding the findings.  Dredged placement will be evaluated further when sampling is completed and coordinated.