Upland Reuse of Dredged Material as an Alternative to Aquatic Disposal: The Port of Oakland's Berch 30 Terminal Redevelopment, a Case Study

by Patricia Murphy, Port of Oakland, Oakland, United States,
Jody Zaitlin, Port of Oakland, Oakland, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Coastal Zone '93


This paper examines the environmental and financial impacts associated with upland disposal of dredged material by discussing a recent Port of Oakland marine terminal redevelopment project. The case study is presented within the context of the broader issues identified by the San Francisco Bay policy forum that is studying alternatives to the aquatic disposal of dredged material.

Subject Headings: Ports and harbors | Dredged materials | Case studies | Landfills | Recycling | Waste disposal | Construction materials | Financial management | California | United States

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