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West Virginia Lake Clean Up
The Huntington (West Virgina) District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sought to purchase a trash skimming vessel with a minimum volume capacityof 700 cubic feet and a minimum payload capacity of 12,000 pounds. A tilt deck trailer and shore conveyor were also needed to complement their debris removal program.

The Challenge
The Equipment was purchased for use on a dammed lake in Eastern Kentucky, used for hydropower generation. The overwhelming accumulation of floating debris was not only interfering with hydroelectric operations, but also posed a series health risk to swimmers and a dangerous hazard to boaters. The overall use and aesthetic value of the lake were being critically impacted.

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