Confined Disposal in the Canadian Great Lakesby Ansar Khan, Public Works Canada, Willowdale, Ont, Can,
Joe Grossi, Public Works Canada, Willowdale, Ont, Can,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Dredging and Dredged Material Disposal
Abstract: The dredging activities of Public Works Canada, Ontario Region, extend over most of the Canadian Great Lakes thereby significantly impacting on its environment. The paper presents a brief review of current practices for disposal of contaminated dredged material. An overview of criteria/guidelines pertaining to environmental assessment and classification of dredged material is presented. The bulk of the contaminated dredged material is disposed of in engineered disposal facilities. The paper outlines distinctive design and construction features including a synopsis and results of various environmental monitoring programs in place at some of the major facilities in the Region.
Subject Headings: Dredged materials | Lakes | Pollution | Construction materials | Environmental issues | Building design | Dredging | Infrastructure | Great Lakes | North America | Canada | Ontario
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