Knowledge Transfer and Future Cooperation – KNOT

September 13th, 2012 Posted in Forum

Knowledge Transfer and Future Cooperation – KNOT

In the transnational workshop titled “Knowledge transfer and future cooperation” (KNOT) the projects SMOCS and SETARMS met with invited key-stakeholders. The main objective of the workshop was to promote cooperation between the two projects SMOCS and SETARMS to mutual benefit. During the two day workshop held in Uppsala, Sweden, results and findings from the projects were presented initially.

In the transnational workshop titled “Knowledge transfer and future cooperation” (KNOT) the projects SMOCS and SETARMS met with invited key-stakeholders. The main objective of the workshop was to promote cooperation between the two projects SMOCS and SETARMS to mutual benefit. Download the documents below:

KNOT Welcome -Goran Holm

Objectives of the workshop -Holm

SMOCS project Goran Holm

Contamination situation Baltic Sea – Sapota

SETARMS project – Dumay

KNOT APML – Contamination situation channel French side – Dumay

KNOT CEFAS – Contamination Channel – Edwards

Invitation and program

List of participants

Day 1

Session 1:

Mapping of contamination situation - Larsson

Decision framework for assessing options for disposal and treatment of contaminated dredged material – Edwards

Session 2:

Dredging, emerging technologies – Rostmark

Constraints of social and financial acceptance of dredging operations – Rasseneur

Session 3:

Elaboration of an Environmental Risk Management Methodology for Dredged Materials reuse in dry coastal quarries – Grosdemange

Sustainable dredging in smaller ports – Nannarone

Session 4:

Contamination levels and availability of chemical elements in dredged sediments – Baraud

Monitoring, quality control and quality assurance of reused sediments, examples from field tests – Knutsson

Session 5:

Management options – Svedberg

VAMORAS project – Van Cleemput

Session 6:

Thématique des sédiments de dragage: présentation des études réalisées à l’INERIS – Bénard

A toolbox for sustainable management of contaminated sediments – Lundberg

Day 2

Applications of re-used dredged sediments:

SETARMS mineralogical investigations – Andersen et. al

Workpackage 3 results – Boutouil et. al

Valorisation of Marine Sediments through the Sustainable Treatments Techniques – Benzerzour and Abriak

Durable networks:

Durable Networks – Svedberg

Key issues and future cooperation:

Key issues – Svedberg and Lundberg

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