Esbjerg dredging gets the go-ahead


The Port of Esbjerg in Denmark has been given the green light for a dredging project that will deepen a fairway stretching from the North Sea to the port

The Kystdirektoratet, the Danish Coastal Authority, has given the port – a leading hub for the offshore wind industry – the go-ahead to deepen the 22 km-long Grådyb fairway.

More than 3,700,000m³ of material will be dredged, with much of the material used to expand the port to the south. 

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