Perched on the bank of the Chehalis River in Aberdeen, Washington, US, is Terminal #4, a 1,400ft marine terminal at the Port of Grays Harbor. Terminal #4 is crucial in importing and exporting products, such as over-high, over-wide (OH/OW) heavy equipment, timber and pulp, as well as automobiles, to and from international destinations as far as Asia and Africa.
To ensure that the Port of Grays Harbor can accept incoming vessels in one or both of the berths of Terminal #4, the sediment level below the water surface must be maintained at a safe depth. The berths of Terminal #4 are bombarded with sediment loading from the Chehalis River, which can build up as much as 20ft a year.
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