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  • This was the stringing of five enormous cableways across the gorge, spanning the riverbed from the site of the intake towers all the way to the location of the powerhouses, nearly a mile downstream—the fundamental prerequisite for placing concrete in the de-watered gorge.

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  • When they are sufficiently de-watered, methane starts to flow.

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  • This was the stringing of five enormous cableways across the gorge, spanning the riverbed from the site of the intake towers all the way to the location of the powerhouses, nearly a mile downstream—the fundamental prerequisite for placing concrete in the de-watered gorge.

    Colossus

  • After siphoning off the clear water, the clay slip is de-watered in filterpresses and dried in ovens.

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  • It is something that could be easily be de-watered.

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  • "We have de-watered the table drain along the side of highway," Mr Kelly said.

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  • In addition, small amounts of de-watered digestate will be produced, which will be used as a soil conditioner and fertiliser.

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  • In addition, small amounts of de-watered digestate will be produced, which will be used as a soil conditioner and fertiliser.

    The Engineer - News

  • However, if groundwater levels are lowered, then the overlying sediment will first erode and then collapse into the de-watered cavity.

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  • The works could commence only after the river dried up and de-watered completely.

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