During the next 20 years the region is expected to grow from two million to three million people, which is why the Australian and NSW governments are investing money into significant road infrastructure. Bygreater western Sydney will be home to over half of Sydney's population. Roads and Maritime Services is delivering significant upgrades and expansions of major roads that are needed to accommodate this growth through the WSIP plan. The Plan provides improved road transport capacity ahead of future traffic demand, as planned residential and employment development comes online in western Sydney growth areas and the Western Sydney Employment Area.
Since the time that the first ports in North America opened in Salem and Perth Amboy, dredging has been necessary in the harbors and waterways of New Jersey. However, this practice was halted by the Corps of Engineers in the early 19th century as unsafe and impractical.
The Corps regulated dredging and dredged material placement by creating and managing sites for placement that were navigationally, if not environmentally, safe. As shipping and commerce grew however, this policy became outdated as well, necessitating that dredged materials be managed further and further from the Harbor.
In the early 20th century, dredged materials were placed off Sandy Hook. In the s, new environmental laws mandated careful siting of dredged material management sites. However, as environmental science improved, new methods for evaluating dredged materials and contaminated sediments became commonplace and stricter rules were adopted.
In the early s, the Mud Dump became off limits for most of the material dredged from Harbor channels and berths. The Office of Maritime Resources was formed during the crisis that resulted from the closure of the Mud Dump, with the primary objective of finding a solution for dredged material management in the Harbor.
Today, on average, between 2 and 4 million cubic yards of dredged material are removed and safely managed every year, and as much as half of that material is too contaminated to be placed in the ocean. In short, the region now relies on a four point plan to manage all dredged materials in the Harbor region: To date, over 8 million cubic yards of contaminated dredged materials have been used at upland sites in the Harbor, bringing about increased employment, remediation of contaminated landfills and brownfields, and increasing available lands for economic enhancement in the Harbor region.
Our innovative Sediment Decontamination Technology Demonstration Programhas received attention world-wide. In an effort to evaluate the potential benefits of more direct public involvement in dredged material processing and placement, the US Army Corps of Engineers initiated a series of studies on the economics and feasibility of a public processing facility PPF.
To date, the following studies and reports are available.Created Business plan and aligned to corporate governance in conjunction with CEO's business planning managers Program and Project Management Support Lead at Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
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