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Aug 23, 2021

Apr 26, 2012 Grouting Program to Stop Water Flow through Karstic Limestone: A Major Case History ... during the drilling and grouting confirmed the direct connection between the hot zone and the water outflow into the quarry. The use of specialized hot bitumen grouting in conjunction with HMG and LMG was performed to plug the hot zone

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