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DewateringDewateringINTRODUCTIONEach of the dewatering methods described in this chapter has advantages and disadvantages. Economics should drive the selection process. It is often helpful to list the specifics of the situation in terms of needs and wants. Needs are things that must be the design. Wants are things that would be good to have, but are negotiable. For example, if space is a severe limitation, then a disposal method is needed that does not require …
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