There are several uses for dredging, all of which require heavy machinery and skilled construction crews to complete the job.

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Dredging is used to remove obstacles underwater, such as rocks and seaweed, clearing the path for watercrafts to pass. These obstacles get tangled in boat props or jet tubes causing the watercraft to stall. Not only that, depending on the size of the underwater obstacles, devastating damage can occur to watercrafts which are expensive to purchase and maintain.


Dredging also helps create adequate space to construct bridges, dykes and dams which can be very important to a community in need of these structures. It can be useful for deepening or widening existing water bodies. Finally, dredging is used to weed out silt, intoxicants and pollutants from the bottom of the water.


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