1 Fish House Road
Kearny, NJ 07032
6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday - Saturday
Clean Earth's Koppers Dredged Material Recycling Facility (DMRF) is permitted to receive and process in excess of 3,000 cubic yards of contaminated and uncontaminated sediment material per day. This state-of-the-art sediment processing and stabilization facility serves the New York and New Jersey Harbor.
Clean Earth dredged material processing and beneficial reuse solutions has launched the most innovative recycling programs for environmentally impacted dredged material in the country. Dredging is a vital service supporting the nation's navigation and waterborne transportation infrastructure, as channel maintenance and deepening projects allow the passage of domestic and international commercial vessels to the nation's ports.
Dredged Material Processing and Recycling Facility
Disposal, Processing, Transportation Logistics/Stevedoring, Beneficial Reuse, Project Management, Turnkey Services for Dredging
Dewatering, Stabilization, Screening and Debris Removal
Direct waterborne access via Hackensack River, Kearny Route 7 to Fish House Road
NJDEP Stream Encroachment Permit & Acceptable Use Determination DEP File #0907-02-003.3 FHA040001
Clean Earth’s process creates engineered structural and non-structural fill material capable of use in numerous beneficial use applications. This material has been utilized in over 16 different applications including mine reclamation, landfill closure, infrastructure improvement, brownfield development projects and golf course contouring
3,000 cubic yards per day
Marine Debris, Marine Sediment, Pier Demolition Debris, Fresh Water Sediment, Clean and Contaminated Non-Hazardous Dredged Material
The removal of open water soils or sediments through the use of mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic equipment in an effort to restore and/or maintain the depth of the bottom contours of waterbodies. This material is processed (stabilized) and then transported to an approved Beneficial Use facility or alternate approved facility.
The removal of open water channel soils or sediments for the purpose of providing channel access for larger vessels. Larger generation vessels have continued to require deeper access channels. This material is processed (stabilized) and then transported to an approved Beneficial Use facility or alternate approved facility.
The removal of open water channel soils or sediments for the purpose of treating and remediating environmentally impacted areas. Once stabilized, this material is normally transported to a landfill for disposal.
The removal of open water channel soils or sediments for the purpose of treating and remediating petroleum impacted areas. Once stabilized, this material is normally treated at a thermal absorption facility and disposed of accordingly.
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