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In 2014 approximately 575,000 cubic yards of PCB-contaminated sediment were dredged from the bottom of the river, exceeding the annual goal of 350,000 cubic yards.
The other five Southern Illinois landfills currently have a capacity of more than 86 million gate cubic yards and received just more than 1.
4 million cubic yards could have been interpreted as "extra, above and beyond'' the 5.
Eugene spends about $30 per cubic yard of leaves collected, while Springfield spends about $37 per cubic yard.
Cost of the mulch is $8 per cubic yard with a minimum order of 10 yards.
15, 2006, 45 million cubic yards of debris had been cleared from public as well as private property statewide.
She estimated that several cubic yards of household garbage had been dumped on the edge of the parking lot.
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of Sulphur Springs, Texas, to sell 100,000 cubic yards of fill dirt for construction of a Lowe's in 2004, according to E&S' lawsuit.
From an average of 90,000 cubic yards of yard waste and 30,000 cubic yards of brush and trees received each year, it produces 25,000 cubic yards of compost and 6000 cubic yards of wood mulch annually.
More recently, between September 2000 and September 2001, the steam process removed approximately 70,000 pounds of trichloroethylene and perchloroethylene from a site of 61,000 cubic yards at the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site in South Carolina.
Compacting down into the dumpster eliminates the possibility of messy leakage, while the traveling compaction arm can compact ten cubic yards into the one cubic yard dumpster.
Initial construction estimates are for a $150 million plant that will provide about 182,000 cubic yards (140,000 cubic meters) of potable water per day.
Portable Steel Hoppers, model P-HOP, are available in three sizes ranging from 1/2 cubic yard to 1-1/ 2 cubic yards and have a capacity of 1,000 pounds.
225 million cubic yards of excavated soil and rock; 250,000 cubic yards of poured concrete; and 18,5000 tons of reinforced steel.