Ellicott Dredges (Baltimore, MD)
Ellicott Dredges (Baltimore, MD)
IMS (Overland Park, KS)
Mud Cat (New Richmond, WI)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (New Richmond, WI)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (Germany)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (The Netherlands)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (France)
Toll Free: 888-870-3005 410-625-0808 1611 Bush Street Baltimore, MD 21230, USA www.dredge.com
Toll Free: 866-483-0014 913-642-5100 10500 Barkley, Suite 200, Overland Park, KS 66212, USA www.imsdredge.com
Toll Free: 866-483-0014 913-642-5100 1750 Madison Avenue, New Richmond, WI 54017, USA www.mudcatdredge.com
513-202-0800 1750 Madison Avenue, New Richmond, WI 54017, USA www.rohridrecodredge.com
+ 49 (0) 621 / 84 55 9-0 Rotterdamer Str. 15, 68219 Mannheim www.rohridrecodredge.com
+31 (0) 314 667001 Logistiekweg 4, NL-7007 CJ Doetinchem www.idreco.nl
+ 33 (0) 387 / 92 05 31 Zone Artisanale, 57800 Betting www.rohr-france.fr
Ellicott Dredges (Baltimore, MD)
Ellicott Dredges (Baltimore, MD)
IMS (Overland Park, KS)
Mud Cat (New Richmond, WI)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (New Richmond, WI)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (Germany)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (The Netherlands)
Rohr-Idreco Dredge Systems (France)
Toll Free: 888-870-3005 410-625-0808 1611 Bush Street Baltimore, MD 21230, USA www.dredge.com
Toll Free: 866-483-0014 913-642-5100 10500 Barkley, Suite 200, Overland Park, KS 66212, USA www.imsdredge.com
Toll Free: 866-483-0014 913-642-5100 1750 Madison Avenue, New Richmond, WI 54017, USA www.mudcatdredge.com
513-202-0800 1750 Madison Avenue, New Richmond, WI 54017, USA www.rohridrecodredge.com
+ 49 (0) 621 / 84 55 9-0 Rotterdamer Str. 15, 68219 Mannheim www.rohridrecodredge.com
+31 (0) 314 667001 Logistiekweg 4, NL-7007 CJ Doetinchem www.idreco.nl
+ 33 (0) 387 / 92 05 31 Zone Artisanale, 57800 Betting www.rohr-france.fr

Coastal Restoration

Coastal Restoration

The protection and restoration of beaches, wetlands and land reclamation are essential to protecting our natural resources. Creating new land or restoring flooded lands is common throughout the world for real estate development and rehabilitating storm-damaged areas.

The use of a dredge is the most efficient means of completing these projects. Our dredges can be used in a variety of wetland applications including wetlands restoration, shallow dredging for wetlands creation, vegetation removal, toxic material removal and spray dredging to provide nutrients to wetlands.

Beach Restoration


For many communities, recreational beach space is important to the town’s character and local economy. The wear of winter storms can erode beaches to the point where dredging becomes necessary.

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Land Reclamation

Creating new land or restoring flooded lands is common throughout the world for real estate development and rehabilitating storm-damaged areas. The use of a dredge is the most efficient means of completing these
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Marsh & Wetland Restoration

Environmental remediation is beneficial to local recreation and natural wildlife habitats. The natural flow of material and seasonal storm surges can choke off channels that feed freshwater to inland wetlands or ponds.

Dredging these channels allows water to circulate in and out of these inland sites, bringing in nutrients and flushing out waste. EDE dredges can be used in a variety of wetland applications including wetlands restoration, shallow dredging for wetlands creation, vegetation removal, toxic material removal and spray dredging to provide nutrients to wetlands.

Our dredges are ideal for wetland restoration – horizontal augers and multi-function amphibious dredges give contractors and government agencies many options when tackling harsh wetland environments.

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Island Building


Creating new land or restoring flooded lands is common throughout the world for real estate development and rehabilitating storm-damaged areas. The use of a dredge is the most efficient means of completing these projects. 
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Flood Control

River dredging is the most common utilization for cutter dredge equipment. Communities that surround the natural flow of a river are susceptible to annual flooding during the rainy season.

If the river is not properly maintained then silt, sand and debris can accumulate and form a bottleneck. If a significant rain event occurs then the bottleneck will restrict flow, and the river will rise above its banks and flood local businesses and dwellings causing millions of dollars in property damage and possible loss of life.

River dredging projects work to maintain channel depth, and others are used for flood mitigation. Some river projects require the removal of contaminated materials.

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