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Removal of contaminated sediments from the water body with subsequent treatment and/or disposal of the contaminated dredged sediment is the most common approach for contaminated sediment remediation. Various excavation equipment types and approaches have been used, including both dredging (excavation underwater) and excavation of the sediments in the dry. Excavation can be used as the sole active remediation approach or can be used in combination with monitored natural recovery (MNR) and/or capping. This chapter focuses primarily on environmental dredging as a contaminated sediment remedy component. The various treatment and disposal options available for contaminated sediments are also described in this chapter with a description of how they relate to the environmental dredging process, but these options are not covered in detail.
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