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How can dredging be sustainable?

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Dear  Blue Blue,

How can dredging be sustainable? This is the overall question which will be explored at the Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure Event, taking place on 19 & 20 November in Amsterdam’s Beurs van Berlage.

Conference delegates can expect a thoughtfully designed programme with presentations and highly interactive technical sessions that encourage participants to engage with each other and will enhance knowledge exchange. 

The CEDA-IADC Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure Conference celebrates the launch of the publication of the same title. All participants will receive a copy of this guidebook to deliver dredging projects that create additional value for nature and society beyond fulfilling their primary functional requirements.

Be there to contribute your ideas. Register now at

Best regards,

Anne Visser
+31 10 209 2600


The Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure Event will be hosted by CEDA, IADC and Dredging Today to advance the dredging community’s thinking regarding sustainable dredging.

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