Dredging the port : maintaining maritime facilities in New York and New Jersey : problems and options
Corporate Authors:New York (State), Division of Coastal Resources and Waterfront Revitalization,
Keywords:Coastal Zone Management
Law And Legislation
Maintenance And Repair
Coastal Zone Management/Environmental Aspects/New York (State)/New York
Dredging/Environmental Aspects/New York (State)/New York
Dredging/Law And Legislation/New York (State)/New York
Environmental Permits/New York (State)/New York
Marine Terminals//Maintenance And Repair/Planning/New York (State)/New York
Marine Terminals//Maintenance And Repair/Planning/New York Harbor (N.Y. And N.J.)
Description:The dredging issue -- Federal laws and regulations -- Chronology of events -- Dredging options and ramifications -- Recommended action -- Addendum.
This report documents the process involved in obtaining approval to dredge near the Howland Hook container terminal on Staten Island, which was recently leased to Howland Hook Container Services, Inc. The terminal must be dredged to be usable, although the sediments contain dioxin, resulting in special requirements for their dumping.
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