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Environmental monitoring at a sediment source site to qualify for reuse

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Valérie Laperche
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Gabriel Billon
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Bruno Lemiere
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Ludovic Lesven
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Pierre Jean Superville
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Marija Margus
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Claire Alary
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Florian Lienard
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Pascal Auger
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Mathieu Henry
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Abstract

The Interreg FWVL VALSE project aims to promote sustainable dredged sediment reuse. Reuse options and supporting research were investigated during an earlier project. In order to provide waterways operators and related industries, with case studies, full scale pilot tests are planned at Belgian and French sites. A former sediment disposal site of the French Waterways (VNF) at Saint Omer, Northern France, is considered as a potential source of mature sediment (14 to 40 years old) for reuse applications (landscaping, cycle paths, dikes). Sediments are now comparable to soil in terms of water content and mechanical behaviour. Sediment environmental characteristics are assessed with laboratory methods, and its variability with on-site methods...
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ineris-03237258 , version 1 (26-05-2021)

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Valérie Laperche, Gabriel Billon, Bruno Lemiere, Ludovic Lesven, Pierre Jean Superville, et al.. Environmental monitoring at a sediment source site to qualify for reuse. 11. International SedNet conference "Sediment as a dynamic natural resource : from catchment to open sea", Apr 2019, Dubrovnik, Croatia. ⟨ineris-03237258⟩

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