Environmental Monitoring and Management Plans
Environmental management of marine reclamation works helps manage impacts of dredging and ensures that a project’s quality objectives are met.
Management of a dredging project requires a systematic, well thought out plan from the initiation of the project through construction and maintenance.
Dredging Management Practices for the Environment
“Facts About Dredging Management Practices for the Environment” describes how to create management guidance for improving environmental performance.
“Facts About Adaptive Management” describes how monitoring at intervals during a project supports decision-making process to modify operations as needed.
Management Practices for the Environment
Management Practices for the Environment help maximise both environmental and economic benefits and thus the success of dredging activities.
Dredged Sediments Management in Italy: Legal Aspects
Talking about management firstly means to qualify sediments in the correct way: are they waste or freely manageable materials? The answer is not simple and, being aware of that, the Italian legislator repeatedly intervened, from 2006 to 2012, with laws and regulations in order to offer legal certainties to the interested parties.
Long Term Management of Confined Disposal Facilities for Dredged Material
During the latter part of the 20th century it became clear that another approach should be found for handling contaminated dredged material. Up to then it was common practise to dispose dredged material at sea or use it to raise the land or as fertilizer on land.
Management of Aquatic Disposal of Dredged Material
Good practice regarding the management of aquatic disposal of dredged material based on the Dredged Material Assessment Framework of the London Convention.