Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure
Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure
The book Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure gives state-of-the-art guidance on how to design, implement and manage a water infrastructure project with a dredging component to project owners, regulators, consultants, designers and contractors.
Towards a Green Maritime Technology
The growing awareness of the need for diversified energy sources has collided with the maritime industry. Research initiative JOULES was created to assess the viability of a vessel being 100 per cent green by increasing efficiency and reducing emissions.
CO2 & Other Emissions / Greenhouse Gases
CO2 & Other Emissions / Greenhouse Gases
CO2 and other emissions / Greenhouse Gases – including from dredging equipment – must be controlled to help mitigate climate change, which requires innovative research.
Reduction of SOx Emissions for Dredging Vessels (EuDA Information Paper)
Reduction of SOx Emissions for Dredging Vessels (EuDA Information Paper)
New IMO emissions regulations are being adopted each year. But dredging vessels are more than ships. They are work-boats and legislators must keep that in mind.
Smart, Sustainable: a Life Cycle Approach to Fuel Economy as Applied to Dredging Vessels
Smart, Sustainable: a Life Cycle Approach to Fuel Economy as Applied to Dredging Vessels
No time to wait for policymakers. Dredging contractors need to act now and consider energy efficiency from beginning to end: from ship design to operations to decommissioning.
Pressing the Co2 Buttons: Towards Ecosystem-Based Co2 Footprinting for Maritime Engineering Projects
Pressing the Co2 Buttons: Towards Ecosystem-Based Co2 Footprinting for Maritime Engineering Projects
Reducing the carbon footprint of dredging operations is a major industry concern – and the solution starts with the design phase and continues through the whole lifecycle.