YOUNG CEDA-UK Seminar: Dredging and Disposal of Contaminated Sediment
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This Young CEDA event is open to all (non CEDA members welcomed) and is a free event. We hope that it will provide a useful and interesting discussion on the topic of Contaminated Sediment. It also provides a good opportunity for networking and meeting those involved in CEDA in the UK and is aimed at anyone working or studying in a related field.
Contaminated sediment is present in most waterways and harbours across the UK and Ireland. When left insitu it does not pose an environmental threat, but when the material is to be dredged the mobilisation of contamination can have serious environmental impacts. The resultant legislation can result in extremely high dredging and disposal costs for clients. This seminar will discuss a range of methods of dredging and disposing of contaminated sediment as well as explore the impact of decisions made during the project development phase. This information should help all parts of the project development cycle improve environmental safety whilst reducing costs.
Jayne Hornsby - Land & Water - Head of Estimating and Business Development
The Inland Dredging Market
Jayne has been with Land & Water for almost 14 years and as Business Development Manager understands the need to promote the specialist contracting the company brings to the inland dredging and waterway civil engineering market.
Miriam Parish - Royal HaskoningDHV - Senior Environmental Consultant
A Consultancy Perspective: Contaminated Dredge and Disposal
Miriam is a Marine scientist, Project Manager and Senior Environmental Consultant with over 6 years of professional marine development, industry and conservation experience in the UK and internationally, across government, NGO and private sectors.
Joanne Kwan - CIRIA - Contaminated Sediment Guidance Project Manager
UK Good Practice Guide for Contaminated Sediment
Joanne manages the CIRIA award winning contaminated land programme. Joanne has been involved in over 40 good practice guidance documents, and was Project Manager for the CIRIA report C733 Asbestos in soil and made ground.
Boskalis Westminster Limited - Environmental Dredging Engineer
Large Scale Dredging and Disposal of Contaminated Sediment
Boskalis have extensive experience of dredging contaminated sediments from ports, harbours and waterways around the world, including the creation of marine contaminated waste disposal sites.
Marlies van Miltenburg - Van Oord – Environmental Engineer
A Toxic Wreck: the story of U864
Marlies has graduated at Van Oord on the spreading of polluted sediment around the U-864 wreck. After being introduced in various aspects of the dredging, offshore and offshore energy projects within Van Oord during the traineeship she recently started her career within the Environmental Engineering department.
The event will be chaired by Jeremy Littlejohn from Boskalis Westminster Limited.
Following the seminar we encourage you to join us for a drink, kindly sponsored by CEDA UK
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Institution of Civil Engineers, London, UK
9 October 2018 - 9 October 2018