Issue Date: March/April 2001

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GESOTRATA, 2001, April, 12-15     The use of bentonite clay in geotechnical and environmental construction dates back to the early 1950s.  Bentonite is most commonly used to form slurry with water to support excavations for cutoff walls, diaphragm walls and drilled shafts. When used this way, bentonite slurry is not a type of shoring […]

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