The Consequences of Oil Pollution from Ships

Ship owners all know it and the stricter environmentally regulations prove it: oil leakage is not done.

Perry Barr Information Event

The Environment Agency together with RSPB Sandwell Valley and local RSPB volunteer, Andy Purcell, will present ...

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Additional Funds for Saguenay

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency has allocated an additional funds to assist participation in the ...

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Badsey Brook Scheme Completed

Later today, officials from the Worcestershire County, the Environment Agency, as well as other dignitaries and ...

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Leigh Flood Scheme on Display

The Environment Agency continues its work on the Leigh expansion and Hildenborough embankments scheme with the ...

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Plymouth Work Starts Next Month

Maintenance dredging of the Plymouth Harbor Federal navigation project in Plymouth, Massachusetts, is set to begin ...

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Cape Jaffa Project in Full Swing

Kingston District Council, South Australia, has just released the latest update on Cape Jaffa, Maria Creek and ...

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Oxford Scheme Gains Momentum

The Environment Agency is working with partners on a major new scheme that will reduce flood risk to homes and ...

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ANP Dredger Ready for Delivery

Last week, an important milestone was reached in the construction of the 4,200m³ trailing suction hopper dredger ...

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Myrtle Beach Crews Back in Action

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, together with the contractor, Great Lakes Dredge and Dock ...

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San Jacinto Operations PHOTO

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, has just released a couple of photos of the FEMA funded ...

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Highlights of the Week

Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (September 17 – 23, ...

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Works Continue on IJmuiden Lock

September and October – under the New IJmuiden Sea Lock project – will be dominated by the sinking operation of the ...

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SHEP Completion in Late 2021

At the Savannah State of the Port event yesterday, GPA Executive Director Griff Lynch presented details of ...

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Myrtle Beach Works to Continue

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, is conducting surveys of Myrtle Beach to determine if there ...

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Latest Update on Shoreham Work

The Environment Agency has just presented the latest update on the Shoreham Adur tidal walls scheme. Work on the ...

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Milestone for BGT Development

The ability of the Port of Umm Qasr in Iraq to receive direct calls from larger container vessels is being ...

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RBT2 Project on Display

The Secretariat for the Review Panel reviewing the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 (RBT2) Project will be holding ...

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Portland Harbor Event Tomorrow

The Portland Harbor Public Forum and Open House, which will share information and answer questions about current ...

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Myrtle Beach Project on Hold

The $34 million beach re-nourishment project along the Grand Strand is on hold temporarily, thanks to Hurricane ...

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Highlights of the Week

Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (September 3 – September ...

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Unity Island Project on Display

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District began implementing an innovative project for aquatic ecosystem ...

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Highlights of the Week

Dredging Today brings you an overview of the most popular stories from the past week (August 20 – August 26, ...

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Exmouth Scheme on the Table

Exmouth residents will have a chance to learn more about the benefits of the Environment Agency’s £12 million tidal ...

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Humber Scheme on the Table

Proposals for a multi-million scheme to protect thousands of properties from flooding from the Humber has been put ...

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Elbe River Dredging Can Start Now

The long-awaited deepening of the River Elbe, the most important strategic development project for the Port of ...

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Busy Year Ahead for SHEP

Boaters using the Savannah River, the Middle River and the Little Back River through the Savannah National Wildlife ...

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Final Preps for San Jacinto Works

The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company are working together to assemble a ...

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