Why dredge it if you can encourage nature to "help herself"?
A passive form of dredging is ideal for the movement of seasonal build-up of shoals and deposits. These are often deposited as floodwaters recede and river flows drop. The resulting materials can be moved with a little passive encouragement.
We can assess the viability of using this process by carefully analysing river-flow data and the sediment particle size. This allows us to develop a unique model that encourages a flowing watercourse to maintain its own channel passively.
We use our unique interlocking ploughs and train watercourses to focus flows. We also offer a passive scour that enables it to scour and improve the flow or channel conveyance of the water naturally.