Gothenburg testing contaminated dredge spoils

These field trials include testing two different combinations of materials

Many ports are faced with the problem of contaminated dredging spoils and how to dispose of them. Pioneering work by the Port of Gothenburg could provide a solution as the port is planning to make use of contaminated clay from a river bed to build a new freight terminal.

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