Connecticut’s Westbrook and Clinton Harbors to be Dredged

Last week, the Currituck dredge arrived in Connecticut’s Westbrook Harbor for this year’s first of two deployments to the harbor’s entrance channel to remove 15,000 of sandy bottom materials, according to an article on TheDay.com.

From Westbrook, the dredge moves on to Clinton Harbor where it is slated to remove 10,000 cubic yards of material.

The sandy material removed from the two channels will be transported in the Currituck to an area offshore of Hammonasset Beach State Park where it will be used for beach replenishment.

To read more:

The Day: Connecticutt

Dredging Today

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