Project - Guidelines for the sustainable treatment of dredged sediments in the Marittimo area

Description


Description (EN): The increase in silting phenomena connected to climate change and the presence of pollution of mainly human origin in sediments requires the organisation of its management by integrating risk control. The costs of treating and managing non-submergible sediment weakens or threatens the economic activity and competitiveness of the ports. Furthermore, the scientific data that can be used to write a regulatory framework for the management of sediment on land are partial, scarce or often inaccessible. Answers need to be provided as the sediments present in the ports, rivers and canals can have a long-lasting impact on ecosystems and a definitive effect on the health of the population. Thus the need to implement operative solutions that are controlled jointly and economically acceptable in the context of the Italy France Marittimo space. As part of the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy, the project values the production of eco-materials originating from sediment management. With a mainstreaming process, SEDITERRA proposes the operational structuring of the management of a new public waste: sediment waste. Inspired by the living lab, the objective is to share experiences and base the project on the results of local solutions that have been able to provide partial answers to a global issue. The application and monitoring of pilot operations on the Marittimo territory, with sediments of partner ports, will produce data and information that will be widely disseminated during open meetings, then synthesised, disclosed and published online for free access at www.cap-sediments.fr. SEDITERRA aims to expand a process of capitalisation through exchanging good practices and adherence on a cross-border scale, by participating in the emergence of a regulatory framework suited to sediment management on land.
Description: L’amplificazione dei fenomeni d’insabbiamento legata al cambiamento climatico e la presenza di inquinamenti principalmente di origine antropica fissati sui sedimenti impongono di organizzarene la gestione integrando il controllo dei rischi. I costi del trattamento e della gestione dei sedimenti non immergibili indeboliscono o mettono in pericolo l’attività economica e la competitività dei porti. Inoltre, i dati scientifici utili alla scrittura di un cuadro normativo per la gestione a terra dei sedimenti sono parziali, scarse e spesso senza possibilità di accesso. Devono essere fornite delle risposte, poiché i sedimenti presenti nei porti, nei fiumi e nei canali possono avere un impatto duraturo sugli ecosistemi e in definitiva sulla salute delle popolazioni. Da qui la necessità di mettere in atto soluzioni operative che siano congiuntamente controllate ed economicamente accettabili nell’ambito dello spazio Italia Francia Marittimo. Inserendosi tra gli obiettivi della strategia Europa 2020, il progetto valorizza la produzione di eco-materiali derivanti dalla gestione dei sedimenti. Con un processo di main streaming, SEDITERRA propone la strutturazione operativa della gestione di un nuovo rifiuto pubblico : il rifiuto sedimento. Ispirato dal living lab, l’obiettivo è quello di condividere le esperienze e basarsi sui risultati delle soluzioni locali che hanno saputo fornire risposte parziali a una problematica globale. L’applicazione e il monitoraggio delle operazioni pilota sul territorio Marittimo, con sedimenti di porti partner, produrranno dati e informazioni ampiamente diffuse durante colloqui aperti a tutti, poi sintetizzati, divulgati e pubblicati online per un accesso libero e gratuito www.cap-sediments.fr SEDITERRA mira ad espandere un processo di capitalizzazione tramite uno scambio di buone prassi e un’adesione su scala trasfrontaliera partecipando al’emergenza di un cuadro regolamentare adattato alla gestione a terra dei sedimenti.
Description: L’amplification des phénomènes d’ensablement liée au changement climatique et la présence de pollutions d’origine anthropique piégées dans les sédiments conduisent à la nécessité d’en organiser une gestion qui intègre la maîtrise des risques associés. Les coûts du traitement et de la gestion des sédiments non immergeables, fragilisent ou mettent en péril l’activité économique et la compétitivité des ports. De plus, les données scientifiques utiles à l’écriture d’un encadrement réglementaire pour la gestion à terre des sédiments sont partielles, insuffisantes et souvent inaccessibles. Des réponses doivent être apportées, puisque les sédiments présents dans les ports, fleuves et canaux sont susceptibles d’impacter durablement les écosystèmes et à terme la santé des populations. D’où l’urgence de mettre en œuvre des solutions opérationnelles maîtrisées et économiquement acceptables, conjointement, au niveau de l’espace Italie France Maritime. S’inscrivant dans les objectifs définis dans la stratégie Europe 2020, le projet valorise la production d’éco-matériaux issus de la gestion des sédiments. Par un processus de main streaming SEDITERRA propose la structuration opérationnelle de la gestion d’un nouveau déchet public : le déchet sédiment.Inspiré du living lab, l’objectif est de mutualiser les expériences et de s’appuyer sur le rendu de solutions locales, qui ont su apporter des réponses partielles à la problématique globale. La mise en œuvre et le suivi d’opérations pilotes sur le territoire Marittimo, avec des sédiments de ports partenaires, produiront des données et informations largement diffusées lors de colloques ouverts à tous, puis synthétisées, vulgarisées et mises en ligne pour un accès libre et gratuit www.cap-sediments.fr. SEDITERRA vise à élargir un processus de capitalisation par un échange de bonnes pratiques et une appropriation à échelle transfrontalière participant à l’émergence d’une réglementation adaptée à la gestion à terre des sédiments.

Thematic Information


Thematics: Coastal management and maritime issues  Managing natural and man-made threats, risk management  
Specific Objective: Improve the ability of state institutions to jontly prevent and manage some of the specific risks arising from climate change: hydrological risks, in particular in relation to flooding, coastal erosion and fires
Thematic Objective: (5) promoting climate change adaptation, risk prevention and management by:
Investment Priority: (5a) supporting investment for adaptation to climate change, including ecosystem-based approaches


Project Summary


Project name (EN): Guidelines for the sustainable treatment of dredged sediments in the Marittimo area
Project name: Lignes Directrices pour le traitement durable des sédiments de dragage de l'aire Marittimo
Project acronym: SEDITERRA

Period: 2014-2020
Date of latest update: 2017-06-26

Web: http://interreg-maritime.eu/

Project start date: 2017-01-01
Project end date: 2020-01-01
Project status: Ongoing

Total budget/expenditure: EUR 1.845.860,79
European Union funding: EUR 1.568.981,67

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Lead Partner (EN): Département du Var
Lead Partner: Département du Var
Address: Toulon, France
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Address: Cagliari, Italy
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Address: Villeurbanne, France
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Address: Livorno, Italy
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Address: PISA, Italy
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Address: Genova, Italy
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Address: Bastia, France
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