The International Association of Dredging Companies (IADC) has just published the latest issue of Terra et Aqua, the official quarterly publication of IADC.
The magazine is supported solely by the IADC as a service to the world-wide dredging community and represents IADC’s commitment to the highest standards of professional conduct.
Articles in this Terra et Aqua:
By preparing material from maintenance dredging with selected additives, a protective dyke was constructed from 100% reused sediments.
Marine fauna is sensitive to underwater dredging sounds. Scientific research indicates that inducing the fauna to leave an area temporarily before the start of a project minimises serious impacts. And the marine life returns when the dredging is finished.
Cost-benefit analysis proves that the economic and social advantages of reclaiming land in populated urban areas is often more positive than stakeholders and investors realize.