Project Updates & Industry Developments
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Pay special attention to dredging so that flood scare doesn’t occur with every spell of rainfall: Mirwaiz to admin

India

Srinagar: Terming the callous and lackadaisical approach towards the peoples’ issues especially threat of floods as unfortunate, Hurriyat Conference (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Friday said...

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Early communication proving to be key for Maroochydore Beach

Australia

While meeting in a boardroom may be considered more official, it made sense for several North Shore Boardriders Club members and Sunshine Coast Council staff to connect on the sands of Maroochydore...

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Dolphin rescue at Myall River short cut prompts calls for entrance's dredging

Australia

Port Stephens' MP Kate Washington and local community groups have renewed their calls for the Myall River's "short cut" to be dredged, after a Hawks Nest man rescued a dolphin off a sandbank at the...

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6,000 properties in Pool Harbor, New Zealand 'could be at risk without coastal defence works'

New Zealand

PLANS for the next phase of a multi-million pound coastal defences project have been outlined in an environmental impact assessment.The ongoing scheme aimed at staving off erosion of Poole Bay...

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Dredging Market to Witness Growth Acceleration During 2019-2026

Dredging Market OverviewThe report is a fine example of comprehensive and accurate research study on the global Dredging Market. It digs deep into critical aspects of the global Dredging market,...

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Dredging Leader to Pursue Ambitious Emissions Target

Luxembourg

Jan De Nul Group, one of the largest providers of dredging services for port and terminal projects, has announced its commitment to cut CO2 emissions by 15% a year.According to a statement, Jan De...

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Rising sea levels threaten BHUBANESWAR, INDIA coastline

India

BHUBANESWAR, INDIA: With the climate changing alarmingly across the world, environmentalists here have expressed concern about the state’s coastline that is getting eroded due to the global rise in...

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Dredging works causes relocation of Galleons Passage

Nigeria

A contract has been awarded to Dutch Dredging B.V. for work at Queens Wharf and Caricom Wharves POS. The contract also approves ancillary works for the Government Shipping Service to an appropriate...

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Birzebbuga beach replenishment nearing completion

Malta

Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi said that no concessions for deck chair rentals would be allowed on the beachReplenishment work on St George’s Bay in Birzebbuga is nearing completion, Tourism Minister...

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Corps of Engineers Hosts Celebration for Multinational Stabilization of Mosul Dam

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Transatlantic Division's Mosul Dam Task Force hosted the Ambassadors from the U.S. Embassy in Iraq and the Italian Embassy in Iraq, along with the Iraq Minister of...

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Desilting Odaw without attitudinal change useless – Atta Akyea

Ghana

Works and Housing Minister, Samuel Atta Akyea, has said endlessly desilting the Odaw drains without corresponding attitudinal change in the handling of filth is a “useless” exercise. “One of the...

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Lantau Tomorrow Vision is arguably Hong Kong’s most important and controversial project. Here’s what you need to know about HK$624 billion plan

Hong Kong

New metropolis on man-made islands will be the most expensive infrastructure project the city has ever seenReclamation work is scheduled to start in 2025 and the first residents are expected to move...

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Dredging Market to Observe Strong Development by 2022

The dredging market has been envisaged to record a moderate growth at 2.7% CAGR during the period of forecast, 2017 to 2022, foretells a recently developed XploreMR report. An extensive analysis on...

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Marshall Liberal Government commits $52.4 million to secure SA’s coasts

Australia

The Marshall Liberal Government will secure South Australia’s vulnerable coastline through a $52.4 million commitment in the 2019-20 State Budget to address the devastating erosion along our world...

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Chinese, Singaporean firms look to make energy, port investments in Turkey's Ordu

Turkey

Delegations from China and Singapore have increased the frequency of their visits for investment in the Black Sea province of Ordu in northern Turkey. Specifically, Chinese companies have announced...