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Pond clean ups....we dredge all!!!

Posted by gdredge (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 16, 08 at 20:29

We are a const. co that dredges any body of water. From farm ponds to silt ponds to rivers. incredible pricing...we make deals have cranes ready to be put to work email we are located in NH and do work all over New England

also do bulldozer work. clean up horse pastures, fields anything

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RE: Pond clean ups....we dredge all!!!

So does anyone have any thoughts on how to stop a leak in a pond? Man-made pond, 3/4 acre ... the one end where there is a bank is oozing water at the bottom of the bank ... no muscrats here.

RE: Pond clean ups....we dredge all!!!

See if you have a supplier of bentonite clay in the area.
Drain pond. Let dry somewhat. Put layer of bentonite down.
Rototill lightly. Pack. Fill pond.

The devil is in the details. How much bentonite?

RE: Pond clean ups....we dredge all!!!

Thanks Sherwood ... I got that answer last week on the Pond forum. And from my local Soil & Water guy.

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