Dredge machines have been the backbone of the Dakota Pipeline.
They are capable of pumping dredge into an area and then dumping the material back out.
They were designed to handle heavy loads.
But after construction crews discovered a leak in December, the federal government began dredging the area and began replacing the dredge machinery.
Now, with more dredge being used and the machines repaired, the DAPL is expected to be able to move forward with the project.
The company has hired a team of engineers to begin repairing the machines.
There are no immediate plans to move the line out of its current location.
The DAPLA has also started using a more environmentally friendly technology called the pipeline bundging system.
This system allows the dredging machine to be put under a bridge, which is used to pump the dredged material out of the area.
Dredging machine repair is expected next month.
The pipeline project has drawn the ire of environmental groups, who say the dredges are polluting the Ogallala Aquifer and causing environmental damage.
They also say the project is unnecessary.
The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) project, which was originally supposed to run through the Missouri River, has been delayed and could be finished in the fall of 2021, but environmental groups are concerned the line could run aground and cause a spill.
The project has been plagued by problems, including environmental damage, spills, and other problems.
Dakota Access Pipeline construction near the Oceti Sakowin Camp, the largest camp in North Dakota, near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is fighting against the project in court.
The project is a joint venture between Energy Transfer Partners, a major oil and gas company, and Energy Transfer’s parent company, Energy Transfer Corporation.
The Ogallalas water is the primary source of drinking water for North Dakota and South Dakota.
It is also the largest source of fresh water in the country.