Dredging Management Practices for the Environment: A Structured Selection Approach
Dredging Management Practices for the Environment: A Structured Selection Approach

PIANC Working Group Envicom 13 report distinguishes between Management Practices and Best MPs in providing environmental protection during dredging projects.

Possibilities of Minimising Sedimentation in Harbours in a Brackish Tidal Environment
Possibilities of Minimising Sedimentation in Harbours in a Brackish Tidal Environment

By studying the different mechanisms of sediment movement, solutions were developed to reduce sedimentation in harbours, and thus reduce the need for maintenance dredging.

Framework for Research Leading to Improved Assessment of Dredge Generated Plumes
Framework for Research Leading to Improved Assessment of Dredge Generated Plumes

There are two types of driving force that urge us to assess the effects of dredge-generated plumes, a genuine concern for the environment and the regulations that forbid us to dredge unless we can demonstrate that harm will not be caused to the environment.

Dredging in a Changing Environment
Dredging in a Changing Environment

"Coevolution" and the "Triple P Performance" principle are applied as guidelines for modern companies - including the dredging industry - to create legitimacy for growth.

Kazakhstan, Offshore Exploration in the Caspian Sea
Kazakhstan, Offshore Exploration in the Caspian Sea

The real challenges of building underwater berms in the Caspian Sea were the sensitive environment, a harsh climate, complex local regulations and deep cultural differences

Environmental Management Framework for Ports and Related Industries
Environmental Management Framework for Ports and Related Industries

A systematic framework is presented for developing policy, managing, implementing and auditing the impact of ports on the environment.