Heartland Dredging is finally able to start the project at Lake Choctaw in Ohio. We had to wait until August 1st which is the end of nesting season for a pair of bald eagles in the disposal area. The project consists of moving 40,000 cy of material with the large dredge. It will be pumped to an open disposal area. Constructing the disposal area is also a small dirt job in itself. A tall berm has to be constructed to enclose a 7.8 acre area that will hold the dredge slurry while it settles out. The project should last about 2 months.