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WEDA Announces Call for Papers for Meeting in Norfolk 2018

November-December 2017
International Forum Debates Dredging at Port of Santos

International Forum Debates Dredging at Port of Santos

November-December 2017

CARU Opens Bid for Dredging of the Uruguay River

September-October 2017

Product and Performance News

September-October 2017

DREDGE YARD SPONSORS IV INTERNATIONAL FORUM OF DREDGING COMPANIES

Dredge Yard, an international dredging company located in the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Turkey, presented at the 4th International Forum of Dredging Companies in Moscow on February 15.

April-May 2017
GATOR DREDGING COMPLETES DREDGING PROJECT ON TURKEY CREEK

GATOR DREDGING COMPLETES DREDGING PROJECT ON TURKEY CREEK

Gator Dredging has completed a project in Palm Bay, Florida, along Turkey Creek to remove muck and nitrogen and phosphorus contamination. The project was part of a larger Indian River Lagoon cleanup effort in Brevard County.

April-May 2017
LIEBHERR CRAWLER CRANE DREDGES SWISS ALPS LAKE

LIEBHERR CRAWLER CRANE DREDGES SWISS ALPS LAKE

Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH has been contracted to use the new HS 8130 HD cycle duty crawler crane to dredge sediment off the filter grids of the Lake Luzzone reservoir in the Swiss Alps.

April-May 2017
OSIL INTRODUCES BUOY AND 30-METER PISTON CORER

OSIL INTRODUCES BUOY AND 30-METER PISTON CORER

Ocean Scientific International Ltd. (OSIL) has introduced two new products, the Small Field Buoy and the 30-meter (98-foor) Giant Piston Corer.

April-May 2017
FSBPA Hosts 30th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology

FSBPA Hosts 30th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology

Organized by the Florida Shore & Beach Preservation Association (FSBPA), the annual national conference on Beach Preservation Technology was held February 8 to 10 on Hutchinson Island at the Marriott in Stuart, Florida. With some 250 attendees who included engineers, scientists, representatives of state and federal agencies, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the State Natural Resource and Environmental Protection Agencies as well as academic researchers, surveyors, the dredging industry and coastal residents, the presentations were wide ranging and the discussions as well.

April-May 2017

Battelle Contaminated Sediment Conference Draws More Than 1,000 from 20 Countries

Environmental engineers and scientists, contractors, suppliers and others gathered in New Orleans on January 9 to 12 for Battelle’s Ninth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments. A total of 1,190 people from 20 countries participated in 51 technical sessions comprising 235 technical papers, 259 poster presentations, four panel discussions and a closing roundtable discussion. There were 80 exhibit booths.

April-May 2017
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