Central Dredging Association

Understanding dredging

Forum 2013 - First row

CEDA - MSI International Seminar "Dredging and the Environment"

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Like in many other parts of the world the fast growing economies of the Baltic countries generate a high demand on dreding services, be it the expansion of ports, offshore sand mining, the construction of offshore wind farms or cleaning up the environment. A far not full list of ongoing projects including the dredging activities due to the expansion of the Paldiski South Port and Muuga Port, environmental research of the Estonian coastal sea for the construction of the offshore wind farms are a true testament to that. In view of the highly sensitive nature of the Baltic Sea ecosystem dredging projects have to be undertaken with due care to the environment.

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Tallinn: EIA strategy for the fixed link across Fehmarnbelt4102 KbDownload
Tallinn: Central Dredging Association - CEDA807 KbDownload
Tallinn: Results of the environmental monitoring of the recent expansion of Port of Tallinn5388 KbDownload
Tallinn: The environmental impact of offshore wind farms1504 KbDownload
Tallinn: Route survey and intervention works for the Nord Stream pipeline1149 KbDownload
Tallinn: Marine mineral extraction: Impacts and mitigation – an overview from the UK417 KbDownload
Tallinn: Investigation and remediation of contamination sediments13165 KbDownload
Tallinn: Environmental aspects of dredging works in practice1401 KbDownload
Tallinn: Environmental monitoring MV29345 KbDownload
Tallinn:Comparison of ecological safety of the harbor terminals on the base of original observations12308 KbDownload

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