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Beneficial Use Workshop in Peoria Highlights Success of Engineered Soils

Attendees gather at the Beneficial Use Workshop in Peoria, Illinois to discuss strategies for building acceptance for engineered soils as a use for dredged sediments. The Peoria Beneficial Use Dredged Material Workshop was held by the tri-county regional planning commission in early September in Peoria, Illinois. The event addressed the… Read More

Registration Opens for 2019 WEDA Eastern Chapter Meeting

Registration is open for the 2019 Western Dredging Association Eastern Chapter Meeting. The meeting is set to be held at the Hotel Dupont in downtown Wilmington, Delaware, from October 16 to 18. This year’s program has been developed around the specific topic of Beneficial Use of Dredged Materials. Presentation proposals… Read More

CEDA Releases Publications on Beneficial Use of Sediments

The Central Dredging Association’s (CEDA) has released the latest publications developed by the CEDA Working Group on Beneficial Use of Sediments (WGBU). The three publications are Sustainable Management of the Beneficial Use of Sediments: An Information Paper; Assessing the Benefits of Using Contaminated Sediments: A… Read More

WEDA Partners with PIANC to Address Beneficial Use of Dredged Material

The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) is partnering with The World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure (PIANC) to work cooperatively developing a report on beneficial use of dredged material. PIANC’s Environmental Commission (EnviCom) formed Working Group 214 (WG214), focused on developing this report. Three WEDA-members, Victor… Read More

Corps to Address Sediment Accumulation in Ocean City Inlet

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Worcester County signed a Project Partnership Agreement to start work on a navigation improvement project to address sediment accumulation, within the Ocean City Inlet. The Corps dredges the inlet two or more times per year… Read More