sure you look at the GooneyWater
Technical Site Map to understand where algae comes from and how the
GooneyDredge Process actually digest the biological muck right out of the bottom
of the (in this case...canal) lake.
Can you imagine how much better that would be versus an actual physical dredging
operation. Everyone would have
to tear down their boat dock to do even a half-way good job. I rest my
case until anyone from your organization inquires
further about this concept.
Gooneybird had bad luck Saturday morning 1.31.09.
After at least 3 hours of work, Image Composer Program
had a wreck and lost the
whole morning's work. Most of the work was measuring from Google Earth and
posting it on the picture. I would have been done with it in a couple more
hours. A wild guess on the tubing
for the whole project would be about
35,000 feet. And there would be about:
KR3 @ 2235 =
$ 6,705 9
Eleven KR 4 @ 2626 = $
@ 3775 = $ 3,775 8----this might be
35M' Tubing @
1.25 $ 43,750
60 Gal C&C @ $400/5G $ 4,800
125# C-Flo @$850/25
Total Eq & Microbes $
Installation & Mileage $
PROJECT $ 115,966 ---This is an engineering
estimate...not a price quotation.
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