Feedback monitoring provides quantifiable compliance targets thus allowing reclamation activities to proceed in close proximity to Singapore’s most import marine habitats.
EU environmental law and international conventions are not always compatible. The European Dredging Association makes its case on when and why dredged material should not be considered waste.
Macro and Micro Dredging as a Tool for Mitigating Floods and Droughts in the Red River Delta, Vietnam
This article covers the initial environmental examination and the development of mitigation measures against adverse impacts of physical works. Detailed investigations of water and groundwater, and sediment and soils support the assessment, backed by field surveys.
The Niger Delta is located in the southern part of Nigeria bordering the Atlantic Ocean. It is a floodplain of over 70,000 sq km. The delta is poorly serviced by roads and is made up of meandering creeks that are highly silted up.
To be successful, a modern port must pay attention to the public's justifiable concerns about environment.
In this new study, Cochin, the second largest harbour on the west coast of India, is thoroughly examined for environmental impacts during and after dredging.
Two main classes of pollutants, heavy metals and organic micropollutants, are evaluated to determine the extent of environmental risks when dredging and how these can be controlled.